locally unwanted land uses

locally unwanted land uses

Halfway homes for prisoners, waste disposal sites, electric power plants,and other things generally considered good but in someone else's part of town.

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Brownfields and "LULUs" --or locally unwanted land uses --proliferate in the figurative backyards of Africana programs in cities throughout the country, Patterson shows in his book.
Sacrifice Zones graphically describes what life is like for people of color and poor people who live on the "wrong side of the tracks" and in "throw-away communities" whose residents receive unequal protection, if any protection at all; such communities contain locally unwanted land uses, or LULUs, and industries deposit pollutants just outside the factory gates.
From landfills to incinerators, from petrochemical plants to freeways and refineries, all those locally unwanted land uses, what we call LULUs, are usually near or in black and poor neighborhoods.
Several studies have found the existence of a correlation between ethnic minorities and pollution or locally unwanted land uses such as hazardous waste facilities (Bunyan and Bryant, 1992; Bullard, 1983; United Church of Christ, 1987; U.
Nearly all previous studies have correlated the current characteristics of communities with cumulative number of locally unwanted land uses.

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