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Recent Project 21 Papers



National Policy Analysis #502: Blacks Need Green to Compete with Whites in NASCAR by David Almasi

National Policy Analysis #494: Civil Rights Report Wrong on Environmental Justice Priorities by David Almasi

National Policy Analysis #493: Parents Beware: Chain Stores Going Crazy Selling "Girls Gone Wild" by David Almasi

National Policy Analysis #489: American Trial Lawyers Take Aim at Beleaguered South African Economy by John Meredith

National Policy Analysis #490: Tinkering With Energy is Playing With Fire: Cap and Trade Schemes are Regressive, Placing Burdens on Low-Income Communities by Bonner Cohen

National Policy Analysis #440: Democratic Party Chairman at Odds with His Party's Rank-and-File? by Horace Cooper

National Policy Analysis #430: Low Vaccination Rates for Deadly Diseases Put Black School Children at Serious Risk by Beverly M. Gaines, M.D.

National Policy Analysis #427: Fuel Efficiency Regulations Save Gas But Cost Lives and Money by Mary Katherine Ascik

National Policy Analysis #426: EPA's Regulatory Turnaround an Example of Compassionate Conservatism in Action by Syd Gernstein

National Policy Analysis #423: School Choice Ruling Sends Struggling Black Kids to the Head of the Class by Mary Katherine Ascik

National Policy Analysis #422: For Safety's Sake: Buckle Up, Black America by Mary Katherine Ascik - July 2002

National Policy Analysis #411: Closing the New Digital Divide: African-Americans Call Upon the FCC to Allow Improved High-Speed Internet Access by John Meredith - May 2002

National Policy Analysis #407: Who's Afraid of the "No Fear" Bill? by Syd Gernstein - May 2002

National Policy Analysis #406: Senate Puts Black Arkansas Jurist at the Back of the Bus by David Almasi - May 2002

Center for Environmental Justice: Solidarity and Stewardship: African-Americans and the Environment by David Almasi - February 2002

National Policy Analysis #389: Who Will Monitor the Monitor? Commission on Civil Rights Chairman's Uncivil Manner Screams for Scrutiny by David Almasi - February 2002

National Policy Analysis #387: A Different Standard for the Powerful Means No Environmental Justice From Washington by Syd Gernstein - January 2002

National Policy Analysis #385: Brownfields Revitalization Cuts Urban Blight, Suburban Sprawl by Syd Gernstein - January 2002

National Policy Analysis #382: Civil Rights Commission Should Address the Economic Impact of Environmental Justice Policies by David Almasi - January 2002

National Policy Analysis #380: Patience or Panic? - The EPA Seems to Let Demographics Decide by Syd Gernstein - December 2001

National Policy Analysis #357, Global Warming Policies Could Unfairly Harm Minorities and the Poor by Rep. John Peterson (R-PA) - September 2001

National Policy Analysis #370: Is it Better to Have a Raise or a Job? How a Minimum Wage Hike Would Increase Unemployment, Harm Undertrained Workers by Amy Ridenour - October 2001

National Policy Analysis #362: Hopping Across the Digital Divide by Melissa Wiedbrauk - September 2001

National Policy Analysis #357: Global Warming Policies Could Unfairly Harm Minorities and the Poor by Rep. John Peterson (R-PA) - September 2001

National Policy Analysis #330: Agency Under Fire: Did NHSTA Speed Up Rollover Ratings to Aid Clinton's Personal Injury Lawyer Friends? by Kevin Martin - March 2001

National Policy Analysis #329: Often for Better and Sometimes for Worse, Lawyers Played Key Role in Black History by Council Nedd - March 2001

National Policy Analysis #310: Economic Opportunity and Social Issues Trump Environment as Top Concerns for Poor and Minorities by John Carlisle - September 2000

National Policy Analysis #309: Treaty to Combat Unproven Global Warming Threat Would Hurt Americans' Standard of Living by John K. Carlisle - September 2000

National Policy Analysis #307: The Time for Superfund Reform is Now by Michael Centrone - September 2000

National Policy Analysis #306: Choking Black Prosperity by Syd Gernstein - September 2000

National Policy Analysis #304: How the Environmental Protection Agency Became a Public Health Risk by Michael Centrone - August 2000

National Policy Analysis #303: Clean Air Regulations Harmful to Minority Economic Gains by Syd Gernstein - August 2000

National Policy Analysis # 301: Death Taxes are Killing Black Businesses by Syd Gernstein - July 2000

National Policy Analysis #298: Bio-Foods Can Improve Nutrition in America, Cut Starvation and Disease in Africa by John Meredith - June 2000

National Policy Analysis #297: Bill Clinton Makes Blacks Pay More at the Pump by Stuart Pigler - June 2000

National Policy Analysis #296: The Time is Now for A New Environmental Justice Policy by Michael Centrone - June 2000

National Policy Analysis #289: Biotechnology: Putting an End to World Hunger by Michael Centrone - June 2000

National Policy Analysis #288: Needed: Environmental Justice for Minorities by John Carlisle - May 2000

National Policy Analysis #220: "A Taxing Proposition: Should the Working Poor Finance New Government Spending?," by Faye Anderson - October 1998

National Policy Analysis #204: "Congress Takes a Byte Out of the FCC," by Faye Anderson - July 1998

National Policy Analysis #193: "What Earth Day Means to Minority Citizens," by Edmund Peterson, - April 1998

National Policy Analysis #188: Government Rules Akin to "Regulatory Racism," by Kevin Pritchett - March 1998