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Race & Architecture in America: Getting Started
Books and other resources exploring how architecture reflects societal issues such as race and gender.
This guide explores the relationship between architecture and race in the United States. The goal is to provide resources to lead to a better understanding of the complexities surrounding how the built environment shapes and is shaped by larger societal issues.