Demonic Grounds is a book by author Katherine McKittrick.
Katherine McKittrick offers a new and powerful interpretation of the geographic thought of Black women.
In Canada, the Caribbean, and the United States, Black women live in deprived locations marked by the legacy of violence and slavery. Analyzing diverse literatures and documenting geographies, McKittrick reveals how human geography is the result of racial affiliations and how confined spaces are sites of political protest yet to be discovered. known but meaningful.
At the heart of McKittrick’s argument is the way that Black women are not passively receptive to their surroundings and how a sense of position relates to the struggle against domination. Ultimately, McKittrick argues, these complex Negro geographies are changeable and can provide opportunities for social and cultural change.
- Black Women and the Cartographies of Struggle
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