Policymakers and societal norms interpret the presence of animals in the home and on the street differently for groups along the axes of class and race, even when the motivations for pet keeping are the same. The wide variety of decisions and experiences surrounding pet ownership in the black community reflect the many ways that they have negotiated with belonging and citizenship, negotiating with animals as family members, tools of white supremacy, and markers of respectability.
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Hanna Adams Hanna Adams is pursuing a B.A. in Film and Television Production at the University of Southern California. Her hobbies include running, reading, and watching old movies. Lucas Bohlinger Lucas Bohlinger is a student at the USC School of Cinematic Arts interested in directing narrative feature films. Born and raised in Hollywood,… MORE
Aquila, Richard. 1989. That Old-Time Rock & Roll: A Chronicle of an Era, 1954-1963. University of Illinois Press. Arnett, J. J. 1996. “Metalheads: Heavy Metal Music and Adolescent Alienation.,” xi + 196 pp. Auslander, Philip. 2006. Performing Glam Rock: Gender and Theatricality in Popular Music. University of Michigan Press. Bannister, Matthew. 2006. “: Indie Guitar… MORE
The political culture of the Cold War, and the prevailing anticommunist consensus that located the nuclear family and its private home at the heart of American freedom, best accounts for Griswold and the constitutional right to privacy