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Dismantling the Master’s House: Reparations on the American Plantation
The Yale Law Journal  (IF5.32),  Pub Date : 2021-06-29, DOI:
Jordan Brewington

In southeastern Louisiana, plantations still line the Mississippi River, surrounded by Black communities who experience these estates as sites of racialized harm. This Note explores the use of eminent domain to achieve land-based reparations for these descendants and draws lessons for reparations at other sites of historical and continued subjugation.