Dr. Robert D. Bullard
BJ-ML School of Public Affairs Dean
Public Affairs Building 415 F
713-313-6849
bullardrd@tsu.edu

SELECTED REPORTS

Robert D. Bullard, Glenn S. Johnson, and Angel O. Torres, 2010. The State of Black Atlanta: Exploding the Myth of Black Mecca.  Atlanta: Environmental Justice Resource Center at Clark Atlanta University Report Series, February 25.

Bullard, Robert D., Glenn S. Johnson, and Angel O. Torres, “African Americans on the Frontline of Environmental Assault,” in Ronald L. Braithwaite, Sandra E. Taylor, and Henrie M. Treadwell, eds., Health Issues in the Black Community. New York:  Jossey-Bass, 2009.

Bullard, Robert D., “Differential Vulnerabilities: Environmental and Economic Inequality and Government Response to Unnatural Disasters,” Social Research, 75, 2008:  753-784.

Bullard, Robert D., Paul Mohai, Robin Saha, and Beverly Wright, “Toxic Wastes and Race at Twenty: Why Race Still Matters After All of These Years,” Lewis & Clark Environmental LawJournal 38 (2): 2008.

Bullard, Robert D. and Beverly Wright, “Disastrous Response to Natural and Man-Made Disasters: An Environmental Justice Analysis Twenty-Five Years After Warren County,” UCLAJournal of Law and Environmental Policy 26: 2008.

Bullard, Robert D. “Equity, Unnatural Disasters, and Race:  Why Environmental Justice Matters,” Research in Social Problems and Public Policy (RSPPP) Special Issue on Equity and the Environment, 15 (Winter 2008): 51-85.

Angela Blackwell, Robert D. Bullard, D. Ferris, and jon a. powell.  2007. Regionalism: Growing Together to Expand Opportunity to All.Cleveland, OH: The Presidents’ Council of Cleveland, June.

Robert D. Bullard, Paul Mohai, Robin Saha, and Beverly Wright, Toxic Wastes and Race at Twenty, 1987-2007.  Cleveland, OH: United Church of Christ, Justice and Witness Ministries, 2007.

Bullard, Robert D., Glenn S. Johnson, and Angel O. Torres, “Dismantling Transportation Apartheid,” American Bar Association Human Rights Magazine (2007).

Manuel Pastor, Robert D. Bullard, James K. Boyce; Alice Fothergill; Rachel Morello-Frosch; Beverly Wright, 2006.  In the Wake of the Storm:  Environment, Disaster and Race After Katrina.  New York:  Russell Sage Foundation, May.