Transition 118 - Featured Article
by Bénédicte Boisseron
Boisseron looks at black America’s historical interaction with dogs— from slavery to the current Black Lives Matter protests—and provides a prism through which racial perception, notions of inherent goodness or badness, and the law can be further investigated.
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