Color Lines: Geography and Racial Control

Alexander, David; Geddings, Keith; McCoy, Bridgett; Turner, Eli

The histories of slavery and segregation have not only left distinctions between the economic and social realities of people of different races in the United States, but have literally shaped the geography and environments we live in. Racial identities of different communities and geographies are as obvious as any other physical attributes of the community. Not only to they shape the character and culture of communities, but continued geographic segregation has resulted in health crises and facilitated mass incarceration, particularly in Black communities.


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October 24, 2022

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