Here, you can find a number of scholarly and journalistic articles that feature Omega and Brenda Wilson as authors or discuss WERA as a whole. These publications are listed in alphabetical order by article title.
“Alamance County group plans to educate community about lynching history.” Dean-Paul Stephens. Burlington Times-News, May 2021, https://www.thetimesnews.com/story/news/2021/05/12/local-group-alamance-county-plan-tackle-local-lynching-history-montgomery-alabama-monument-racism/5039808001/.
“Are you getting the basic amenities your taxes paid for?” Omega Wilson. Environmental Protection Agency Environmental Justice in Action Blog, December 2012, https://blog.epa.gov/2012/12/07/1005/.
“The Authors Respond Institutional Racism: A Teachable Moment.” Omega Wilson, Christopher Heaney, Marilyn Snipes, Natasha Bumpass, John Cooper, and Sacoby Wilson. Journal of Environmental Health, https://www.researchgate.net/publication/289816578_The_Authors_Respond_Institutional_Racism_A_Teachable_Moment.
“Building bridges between risk assessment and environmental justice.” Eddy Ball. Environmental Factor, November 2012, https://factor.niehs.nih.gov/2012/11/spotlight-building/index.htm.
“Built Environment Issues in Unserved and Underserved African-American Neighborhoods in North Carolina.” Omega Wilson, Sacoby Wilson, Christopher Heaney, John Cooper. Environmental Justice, June 2008, https://www.researchgate.net/publication/228963600_Built_Environment_Issues_in_Unserved_and_Underserved_African-American_Neighborhoods_in_North_Carolina.
“CitiSci2019 Environmental Justice Panel.” Citizen Science, February 2019, https://citizenscience.org/2019/02/28/citsci2019s-environmental-justice-panel/.
“Citizen Science 2019: Environmental Justice and Community Science: A Social Movement for Impowerment, Compliance, and Action.” Muki Haklay. WordPress, March 2019, https://povesham.wordpress.com/2019/03/16/citizen-science-2019-environmental-justice-and-community-science-a-social-movement-for-inpowerment-compliance-and-action/.
“Climate Effects on Communities of Color.” American Bar Association, February 2021, https://www.americanbar.org/groups/crsj/events_cle/recent/climate-effects-on-communities-of-color/.
“Communities come together for Juneteenth celebration in Mebane.” Dylan Phillips. Mebane Enterprise, June 2021, https://www.mebaneenterprise.com/business/article_d37311a6-d421-11eb-b2b4-d764695ac572.html.
“Community organizing mattered around Mebane—but the struggle isn’t over.” Danielle Purifoy. Scalawag Magazine, August 2016, https://scalawagmagazine.org/2016/08/community-organizing-mattered-around-mebane-n-c-but-the-struggle-isnt-over/.
“Consensus building for 119 bypass begins.” Algernon Primm. Mebane Enterprise, March 2004, https://www.mebaneenterprise.com/news/article_8c5c2d8e-86a3-5f2a-8d47-1f943a43e057.html.
“Environmental Health is a Social Justice Issue.” Shayna Keyles. Science Connected Magazine, June 2019, https://magazine.scienceconnected.org/2019/06/environmental-justice-citizen-science-community-organizing/.
“Environmental Justice 2019: Resilient Communities | Environmental Justice in North Carolina.” Duke Law, March 2019, https://web.law.duke.edu/video/environmental-justice-2019-resilient-communities-environmental-justice-north-carolina/.
“The Fight for the Right to Basic Amenities: Community Leader Spotlight of Omega Wilson.” Haw River Assembly, https://hawriver.org/the-fight-for-the-right-to-basic-amenities-community-leader-spotlight-of-omega-wilson/.
“For the sake of public health, our leaders must prioritize environmental justice and climate action.” Omega and Brenda Wilson. The Progressive Pulse, October 2020, https://pulse.ncpolicywatch.org/2020/10/29/for-the-sake-of-public-health-our-leaders-must-prioritize-environmental-justice-and-climate-action/.
“How to Help Scientists in Your Community.” Gary Greenberg. AARP, April 2019, https://www.aarp.org/home-family/personal-technology/info-2019/volunteer-scientists.html.
“Inclusion in citizen science: The conundrum of rebranding.” Caren Cooper, Sacoby Wilson, Omega Wilson, Na’Taki Osborne Jelks, Valerie A. Johnson, et al. Science, June 2021, https://science.sciencemag.org/content/372/6549/1386.
“Lack of basic amenities: indicators of health disparities in low-income minority communities and tribal areas.” Omega Wilson. North Carolina Medical Journal, March 2011, https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/21721503/.
“The medical waste crisis that didn’t happen — yet.” Kelsey Brugger. E&E News, August 2020, https://www.eenews.net/stories/1063712043.
“Omega R. Wilson, ‘The Community Owned and Managed Research (COMR) Model for Equity in Research.'” UNCC Center for Professional and Applied Ethics, February 2021, https://ethics.uncc.edu/news-events/omega-r-wilson-community-owned-and-managed-research-comr-model-equity-research.
“Planning board rejects rezoning.” Algernon Primm. Mebane Enterprise, March 2004, https://www.mebaneenterprise.com/news/article_54d739df-dbc3-59ce-ace3-b5c82e8c6382.html.
“Podcast Interview Transcript.” Christopher Heaney, Omega Wilson, Sacoby Wilson. Progress in Community Health Partnerships: Research, Education, and Action, January 2007, https://www.researchgate.net/publication/41808829_Podcast_Interview_Transcript.
“The politics of sewers.” Jessica Williams. Burlington Times-News, March 2017, https://www.thetimesnews.com/news/20170324/politics-of-sewers.
“R.L. Stowe Mill building rezoned.” Karen Carter. Mebane Enterprise, April 2009, https://www.mebaneenterprise.com/news/article_76bc877d-e100-5de4-9a50-a384410147df.html.
“Use of Community-Owned and -Managed Research to Assess the Vulnerability of Water and Sewer Services in Marginalized and Underserved Environmental Justice Communities.” Christopher Heaney, Omega Wilson, Sacoby Wilson, John Cooper, Marilyn Snipes, and Natasha Bumpass. Journal of Environmental Health, July 2011, https://www.researchgate.net/publication/51560933_Use_of_Community-Owned_and_-Managed_Research_to_Assess_the_Vulnerability_of_Water_and_Sewer_Services_in_Marginalized_and_Underserved_Environmental_Justice_Communities.
“Use of EPA Collaborative Problem-Solving Model to Obtain Environmental Justice in North Carolina.” Sacoby Wilson, Omega Wilson, Christopher Heaney, and John Cooper. Progress in Community Health Partnerships: Research, Education, and Action, December 2007, https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/20208212/.
“WERA grant already in action.” Algernon Primm. Mebane Enterprise, September 2004, https://www.mebaneenterprise.com/news/article_5bb68527-80bb-5370-a34a-9e7c33a25336.html.
“WERA, local partnerships impact public health concerns.” Omega Wilson. Mebane Enterprise, November 2009, https://www.mebaneenterprise.com/mebane_enterprise/news/article_cc9f451d-1f22-5f85-9f4a-596d8457c855.html.
“West End Revitalization Association and City of Mebane working together.” Dylan Phillips. Mebane Enterprise, July 2021, https://www.mebaneenterprise.com/news/article_080952f8-df4f-11eb-a191-2f13b0b55512.html.
“West End Revitalization Association Celebrate 19th Anniversary.” North Carolina Environmental Justice Network. November 2013, https://ncejn.org/2013/11/west-end-revitalization-association-celebrate-19th-anniversary/.
“The West End Revitalization Association’s Community-Owned and -Managed Research Model: Development, Implementation, and Action.” Omega Wilson, Sacoby Wilson, Christopher Heaney. Progress in Community Health Partnerships: Research, Education, and Action, December 2007, https://www.researchgate.net/publication/41808828_The_West_End_Revitalization_Association%27s_Community-Owned_and_-Managed_Research_Model_Development_Implementation_and_Action.
“West End Revitalization Association: Demonstrating the Value of Community-led Research to Address Environmental Justice Issues.” National Institute of Environmental Health Sciences, 28 Jan. 2019, https://www.niehs.nih.gov/research/supported/translational/community/west-end/index.cfm.
“West End Revitalization Association receives $70,000 grant.” Karen Carter. Mebane Enterprise, December 2010, https://www.mebaneenterprise.com/mebane_enterprise/news/article_8397945c-e846-51c9-b758-99323670c8d4.html.
“Wilson advises justice officials on environment.” Karen Carter. Mebane Enterprise, October 2010, https://www.mebaneenterprise.com/news/article_20ebccc2-390b-5832-bdba-b031df7a95e4.html.
“Wilson and WERA receive first environmental justice award.” Stephen Mills. Mebane Enterprise, October 2008, https://www.mebaneenterprise.com/mebane_enterprise/news/article_b2f41b2c-4e72-56a1-8898-3d30f2f7069e.html.