MISSION: Southwest Research and Information Center is a multi-cultural organization working to promote the health of people and communities, protect natural resources, ensure citizen participation, and secure environmental and social justice now and for future generations

2004 Issues and Topics

Volume 5; Number 1 -- Do You Hear Us Now?

In this issue: Moquino Community Gets Involved in Uranium Mill Tailings Decision; Not in My Backyard...Not in Anyone's; Qill 2004 Bring Major Changes to WIPP?; More Nuclear Waste for New Mexico?; Educating the Next Generation of Doctors: Rx for Undoing Racism; Judge Rules: Mining Clean-up Plan "Deficient"; Chicanas: Sustainers of Grassroots Activism; Environment Secretary Denies Special Waste Permit for Wagon Mound Landfill; Citizens Respond

Volume 5; Number 2 -- Women of Hope: Activism, Agency, and Histories of Everyday Lives in the Environmental and Social Justice Movement

In this issue: Ni Una Má! Women of Juarez; A Closer Look: with Cipriana Jurado; SNEEJ — Southwest Network for Environmental & Economic Justice; Wagon Mound: An Environmental Justice Story; Seeing with Native Eyes; An Interview with Dolores Huerta; Mujeres de la Tierra; As We Heal Ourselves, We Heal the Earth; La Lucha Es Tu Herencia (The Struggle Is Your Inheritance)

Volume 5; Number 3 -- Uranium...the Problems Continue

In this issue: Voting: Why It Is So Important; Listening Sessions Highlight Environmental Justice; Just Say "NO!" (Again) to High-Level Waste at WIPP; Reclaiming the Land: History of Uranium Mill Tailings Clean-up; Mitchell Capitan & Eastern Navajo Diné Against Uranium Mining Take Their Message to the International Stage; Karamken: An Abandoned Gold Facility Shows Need for Reclamation in Russia; Harris Arthur is SRIC's New Navajo Community Liason

Volume 5; Number 4 -- Working Internationally

In this issue: Church Rock Chapter Decries NRC Judge's Ruling; Environmental Education in Australia; Volcanoes of Kamchatka — Renewed Efforts to Protect Russian World Heritage Site; New Mexico Says No to High-Level Waste at WIPP; New Mexico-Texas...Nuclear Waste Connection?; Uranium Price Rise...Still No Need for New Mines

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