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Racist America: Roots, Current Realities, and Future Reparations
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Beyond white privilege
This paper builds from scholarship on whiteness and white privilege to argue for an expanded focus that includes settler colonialism and white supremacy. We argue that engaging with white supremacyExpand
Whitewash: white privilege and racialized landscapes at the University of Georgia
This paper examines racialized landscapes at the University of Georgia to better understand the ways that whiteness—or more specifically white privilege—is positioned in and uses landscapes. Given aExpand
Racialized places, racialized bodies: the impact of racialization on individual and place identities
Scholarship in Geography and other disciplines understands race as a social construction (Inwood and Martin 2008; Melamed 2006; Hoelscher 2003; Nash 2003; Delaney 2002; Holloway 2000; Omi and WinantExpand
Street naming and the politics of belonging: spatial injustices in the toponymic commemoration of Martin Luther King Jr
Although the critical turn in place name study recognizes the central and contested place that toponyms hold in people's lives and identity struggles, little work has explicitly analyzed place namingExpand
Searching for the Promised Land: Examining Dr Martin Luther King's Concept of the Beloved Community1
Abstract:  4 April 2008 marked the 40th anniversary of Dr King's assassination in Memphis, Tennessee. Since his murder we have seen Dr King's message of social justice, the growing threat ofExpand
Contested memory in the birthplace of a king: a case study of Auburn Avenue and the Martin Luther King Jr. National Park
A critical element in the process of racializing place is the construction of memorial landscapes. Using the Martin Luther King Jr National Historic Site and the surrounding Auburn Avenue communityExpand
Neoliberal racism: the ‘Southern Strategy’ and the expanding geographies of white supremacy
This paper examines the US-based ‘Southern Strategy,’ an electoral scheme which created conditions that resurrected a broadly conservative agenda in the USA during the 1970s. While scholars have longExpand
Geographies of Race in the American South: The Continuing Legacies of Jim Crow Segregation
The modern study of the American South has undergone a decade long resurgence in Geography and has come to be defined by questions of inequality and social justice. This resurgence represents anExpand
Mobility as Antiracism Work: The “Hard Driving” of NASCAR's Wendell Scott
This article explores spatial mobility as a form of African American resistance and self-determination. We argue for examining the everyday activism and “countermobility work” of ordinary people ofExpand