The New Yorker – October 4, 2021Regular price SFr. 17.90 Save Liquid error (product-template line 127): Computation results to '-Infinity'%
Who Speaks for The Dead?
The effort to reclaim Black burial grounds and human remains held by museums has unearthed conflicts over history and inheritance. Jill Lepore reports on the fight for reparation and the politics of genealogy.
|Dimensions:||20 x 27.5 cm|
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