Land, Space, and Subjugation

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Hoover, Elsa. “Oceti Sakowin Oyate Territory and Treaty Boundaries 1851-present”.  National Geographic.  29 October 2016. Oceti Sakowin Oyate Territory and Treaty Boundaries 1851-present.

Questions

  1. What is the “spacialization” of race?
  2. How have Black people and Native people been “spacialized” in the US?
  3. How have Flint and Standing Rock been been racialized? What practices were used to do so?
  4. How does all of this allow for environmental racism to thrive yet go unnoticed by the mainstream?

Bennett, Michael. “Cities in the New Millennium: Environmental Justice, the Spatialization of Race, and Combating Anti-Urbanism.” Journal of African American Studies by Michael Bennett 8, no. 1 (2004): 126-141. Cities in the New Millennium: Environmental Justice

Week 5 – The Spatialization of Race in Relation to Flint and Black Communities

Week 6 – The Spatialization of Race in Relation to the Sioux and Native Communities

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