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Hayden, the director of the Peace and Justice Resource Center, spoke last night after telling 45 people in an afternoon talk that the antiwar movements against Vietnam and Iraq took many years, not many months to gain the kind of acceptance that the Occupy Wall Street movement has achieved in New York, Boston, Worcester and across the country.
Bullard directs the Environmental Justice Resource Center at Clark Atlanta University.
Bullard, director of the Environmental Justice Resource Center at Clark Atlanta University, is the paucity of minority college graduates for these organizations to recruit, particularly at the graduate level.
For Robert Bullard, director of the Environmental Justice Resource Center at Clark Atlanta University in Georgia, the two are intimately connected and he has played a major role in organizing and mobilizing the environmental justice movement over the past two decades.
According to The Oklahoman, a report released last month by the state Criminal Justice Resource Center indicated that nearly half of Oklahoma's incoming prison population in 2001 consisted of drug and drunken driving offenders.
After obtaining his degree, Patrick joined the Western Justice Resource Center, a conflict resolution organization in Los Angeles, and became a trainer and facilitator with Hope in the Cities, a programme of interracial dialogue in US cities.
Bullard, who teaches sociology and heads the Environmental Justice Resource Center at Clark Atlanta University, has become the country's leading authority on toxic discrimination.
Paul Woolley, director of the Social Justice Resource Center in Oakland, California, says, "The best parish justice leaders--the ones who don't burn out--get lots of other people doing social-ministry work.