Spatializing blackness architectures of confinement and black masculinity in chicago the ubiquity of carceral forms within society and the consequences for black communities and black men over 277000 african americans migrated to chicago between 1900 and 1940 an influx unsurpassed in any other northern city. A timely response to the massive upswing in carceral forms within society spatializing blackness examines how these mechanisms came to exist why society aimed them against african americans and the consequences for black communities and black masculinity both historically and today. In spatializing blackness architectures of confinement and black masculinity in chicago rashad shabazz elucidates the construction of the symbiotic relationship between urban landscapes and prison spaces detailing both the production of racialised space and the gendered consequences of living in those spaces the infusion of surveillance and . Start by marking spatializing blackness architectures of confinement and black masculinity in chicago as want to read want to read saving want to read. This book is about the relationship between people and place its about how race and gender sex and place interact its about the geographic lessons black chicagoans learned during the twentieth century and the role housing and architecture politicians and police played in those lessons
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