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Volume 4; Number 1 -- Second National People of Color Environmental Leadership Summit
In this issue: The Second National People of Color Environmental Leadership Summit; Mr. Smith returns from Washington, "disappointed"; Excerpts from the Indigenous Peoples Caucus Statement; Youth Energize Environmental Justice Movement; Youth Environmental Justice Principles; The Oil & Gas Accountability Project; Principles of Environmental Justice; The Second National People of Color Environmental Leadership Summit: WHAT NEXT?; New Mexico Wastewatch - Changing How New Mexico Deals with Landfills; REFLECTIONS on IRAQ
Volume 4; Number 2 -- If You're NOT OUTRAGED — You're NOT PAYING ATTENTION
In this issue: Immigration and the USA PATRIOT Act; The Bill of Rights; Tribal Sovereign Immunity: Another Unconfirmed Casualty in the War on Terrorism; Changing Boundaries: Free Speech Challenges Outside the Air Force Academy; The Knock on the Door; Revamped Police Intelligence Bureaus and the 21st Century Surveillance State; The Fourth Amendment and the PATRIOT Act: Your Right to Privacy at Risk; Domestic Security Enhancement Act of 2003... aka "PATRIOT Act II"; Book Reviews; Smallpox Immunization: A Dangerous Mistake
Volume 4; Number 3 -- Environmental Health — Shouldn't It be a Priority?
In this issue: Farm Workers: Are they Really Protected in the Fields?; Integrated Pest Management — Using Common Sense; Desert Voices: Perspectives on Chicano Communities; Bioterror at Home: Biological Research — A Short Step to Weapon's Production; Bombing New Mexico: Nuclear Bomb Facility Proposed; Building Community Capacity: Training and Assessment of Uranium Impacts on Diné Communities; NMED Assists Permit Applicants in Exploiting Public; Book Reviews
Volume 4; Number 4 -- The Nuclear West: Which Road to the Future?
In this issue: The Nuclear West Today; The Atomic West 1942-2002; Rocky Flats II in the Works; Nuclear Weapons or Nuclear Disarmament?; Nuclear Power: Two Perspectives --
New Nuclear Activities in New Mexico
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