Property Rights

n. A (usually material) thing belonging to a person, group of persons, etc.; a possession; (as a mass noun) that which one owns; possessions collectively; a person's goods, wealth, etc.

McCammon, Sarah. "ProPublica Report: Black Americans Lose Big Under Longtime Property Provision". NPR, July 20, 2019. Audio, 4:00.
New Orleans Bulbancha native peoples. "New Orleans: 300 // Bulbancha: 3000." Interview by Laine Kaplan-Levenson. TriPod: New Orleans at 300, New Orleans Public Radio WWNO, December 20, 2018. Audio, 29:20.

Texts and other related media

Cooper Hewitt. “W. E. B. du Bois's Data Portraits Visualizing Black America.” Image. SHOP Cooper Hewitt, October 2018.
Fullilove, Mindy Thompson. “Unceasing Struggle,” in Root Shock: New Village Press, 2016: 165-192.
Holway, Jim, Don Elliott, & Anna Trentadue. “Combating Zombie Subdivisions: How Three Communities Redressed Excess Entitlements.” Land Lines Magazine, January 2014.
NYU Press. “Root Shock.” Image. NYU Press, 2016.
Rusert, Britt, and Battle-Baptiste, Whitney eds. W. E. B. du Bois's Data Portraits Visualizing Black America. New York, NY: Princeton Architectural Press, 2018. Excerpts.