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"The Pluralities of Black Geographies" by Adam Bledsoe and Willie Jamaal Wright
"Plainly Audible: Listening Intersectionally to the Amplified Noise Act in Washington, DC" by Allie Martin
"The Dialectic of Race and the Discipline of Geography" by Audrey Kobayashi
"Economic Geographies of Race and Ethnicity: Explorations in Continuity and Change" by Beverly Mullings
"Capital's Need to Sell and Black Economic Development" by Bobby M. Wilson
"Black Matters Are Spatial Matters: Black Geographies For the Twenty-First Century" by Camilla Hawthorne
"Placing Race: On the Resonance of Place with Black Geographies" by Douglas Allen, Mary Lawhon, and Joseph Pierce
"The Geography of Despair" by Harold M. Rose
"Plotting the Black Commons" by J.T. Roane
"Exploring Persistent Racial and Ethnic Representation Disparity in U.S. Geography Doctoral Programs: The Disciplinary Underrepresentation Gap" by Demetrice R. Jordan, Ashton Shortridge, and Joe T. Darden
"On Plantations, Prisons, and a Black Sense of Place" by Katherine McKittrick
"The Two O'Clock Vibe": Embodying the Jam of Musical Blackness in and out of Its Everyday Context" by Kyra D. Gaunt
"Black Geographic Possibilities: On a Queer Black South" by LaToya E. Eaves
"Introduction: Black Geographies in and of the United States South" by LaToya E. Eaves, Adam Bledsoe, and Brian Williams
"Geographies of Race and Ethnicity II: Environmental Racism, Racial Capitalism and State Sanctioned Violence" by Laura Pulido
"Black Geographers in Institutions of Higher Education in the United States: Where They Are and a Selected Bibliography of Their Works" by Lucía I. Terra and Joe Darden
"Race, Blacksound, and the (Re)Making of Musicological Discourse" by Matthew D. Morrison
"Black Ecology" by Nathan Hare
"On Abolition Ecologies and Making “Freedom as a Place” by Nik Heynen and Megan Ybarra
"White Socio-Spatial Epistemology" by Owen J. Dwyer and John Paul Jones III
"Food, Faith, and the Everyday Struggle For Black Urban Community" by Priscilla McCutcheon
"Masculinity and the Mic: Confronting the Uneven Geography of Hip-Hop" by Rashad Shabazz
"Fatal Couplings of Power and Difference: Notes on Racism and Geography" by Ruth Wilson Gilmore
"Digital Geographies, Feminist Relationality, Black and Queer Code Studies: Thriving Otherwise" by Sarah Elwood
“The Blues and the Damned: (Black) Life That Survives Capital and Biopolitics”by Sharad Chari
Annals of the Association of American Geographers articles are divided into four major areas: Geographic Methods; Human Geography; Nature and Society; and Physical Geography, Earth and Environmental Sciences.
Antipode has published peer-reviewed papers that push Geography’s critical edge, intending to engender the development of a new and better society.
Environment and Planning D: Society and Space publishes articles, essays, interviews, forums, and book reviews that examine social struggles over access to and control of space, place, territory, region, and resources.
The Professional Geographer publishes short academic and applied geography papers, emphasizing empirical studies and methodologies, ranging from analytic to philosophical or prescriptive.
Southeastern Geographer publishes geographic research that engages conditions and events in “the south”, broadly construed, as they relate to conditions and events that extend over broader geographical reaches.
Social & Cultural Geography publishes research on relationships between social phenomena and divisions with landscapes and cultural expression and change.
"How Bad Urban Planning Led To The Birth of a Billion Dollar-Genre" by Alice Kemp-Habib
"The Geography of Despair (All These Rubber Bullets)" by Aretina Hamilton
"Black Geographies: Mapping Black Spaces and Places" by Black Feminisms
"Authenticity and “Post-Chocolate” Cool in a Rapidly Gentrifying Washington, D.C." by Brandi Thompson Summers
"How Black Cartographers Put Racism on the Map of America" by Derek H. Alderman and Joshua F.J. Inwood
"Black On Both Sides: The African Diaspora Around the World – In Pictures" by Elena Goodinson
"A Poisonous Legacy: New York City and the Persistence of the Middle Passage" by Gerald Horne
"Fifth Avenue, Uptown" by James Baldwin
By Reconnecting With Soil, We Heal the Planet and Ourselves by Leah Penniman
"What It Looks Like to Reconnect Black Communities Torn Apart by Highways" by Rachael Dottle, Laura Bliss and Pablo Robles
"How Prince Introduced Us To The "Minneapolis Sound"" by Rashad Shabazz
"The Tulsa Race Massacre Went Way Beyond “Black Wall Street” by Robin D.G. Kelley
"The Terrible Beauty of the Slums" by Saidiya Hartman