The Clinic's current campaigns include:
Through the support of the EJC and partner attorneys, the residents of Dunbar, a predominantly African American community, are taking legal action against the City of Fort Myers in federal court for locating an arsenic-contaminated toxic sludge dump in the heart of their historic neighborhood.
The Old Smokey Cleanup Campaign
The Old Smokey Cleanup campaign harnessed federal, state, and local administrative and legislative advocacy, grassroots organizing, and widespread public outcry from homeowners, tenants, churches, and parents to compel the environmental cleanup of municipal parks contaminated by hazardous waste from the 45-year operation of the City of Miami’s now shuttered West Grove incinerator (i.e., Old Smokey).
The Clinic's victories include:
The West Grove Trolley Garage Campaign
The West Grove Trolley Garage campaign halted the siting of a City of Coral Gables municipal bus depot in a northern residential enclave of the West Grove by integrating federal administrative agency advocacy, state court litigation, and homeowner and church mobilization to protest the environmental segregation of an industrial facility and the risk posed to public health and safety.
The East Gables Trolley Access Campaign
The East Gables Trolley Access campaign obtained municipal trolley service for residents of the historically segregated MacFarlane Homestead Subdivision and the Golden Gates District of Coral Gables by organizing community education workshops and marshaling the power of homeowners and tenants to demand transportation equity within local administrative and legislative forums.