Colony Over-the-Rhine

@article{Dutton2007ColonyO,
  title={Colony Over-the-Rhine},
  author={Thomas A. Dutton},
  journal={The Black Scholar},
  year={2007},
  volume={37},
  pages={14 - 27}
}
It is by discursively constructing populations and their spaces as racialized that mainstream white institutions in the city legitimate the removal and colonizing of the inner city. In many ways, the equating of the urban with “race” has allowed while mainstream institutions to define “urban problems “—single-parent households, violence, poverty, joblessness, drugs—as the problem of race, and therefore the problem of blacks. In doing this, black spaces in the city are represented as “spaces of… 
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