[Blackstudies-l] “For the Black community, memory and history—two of the most important pillars in this project—are often intrinsically tied to spaces."

Maria Helena Lima lima at geneseo.edu
Fri May 7 10:20:11 EDT 2021


We’re exploring the latest chapter of “Inheritance,” our ongoing project
about American history, Black life, and the resilience of memory. Today,
the theme is place. Then: Can my employer ask whether I’m vaccinated?
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In the second chapter of “Inheritance
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we explore the places where memories live. *Then: *Can my employer ask
whether I’m vaccinated?
“Inheritance”
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We’re exploring the latest chapter of “Inheritance,” our ongoing project
about American history, Black life, and the resilience of memory. Today,
the theme is place.

“For the Black community, memory and history—two of the most important
pillars in this project—are often intrinsically tied to spaces,” our
managing editor Gillian B. White writes. “When we tell the story of Black
America, returning to a place—whether physical or metaphorical—can be a
crucial element of understanding an event and its impact.”

See the project, and sign up to be notified when new stories publish.
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   -

   *Uncovering Black America’s lost spaces and stories is easier than ever.
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   *“Digital tools like Ancestry and newspaper databases offer new access
   to sources that allow us to recover the names of Black people who were
   neglected in traditional archives,” the historian William Sturkey writes.
   -

   *The history of Blackness on this continent is longer and more varied
   than the version taught in schools.
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   *“The limitations of the history and possibility of our origin stories
   have helped create and maintain an extremely narrow construction of
   Blackness,” the Pulitzer Prize–winner Annette Gordon-Reed points out.
   -

   *Not everyone who lives in the United States feels like a patriot.
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   *“The distance between me and the country made it difficult to figure
   out how to ground myself,” the poet Sasha Banks writes. “It took years for
   me to understand that Blackness is a thing that self-defines.”
   -

   *Digital spaces can be segregated too.
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   *“Not even esports—an industry built from the ground up, over the last
   three decades—can escape the centrifugal force of structural inequality,”
   the reporter Luke Winkie notes.

(Paul Spella / The Atlantic)

*One question, answered: *Can my employer ask whether I’m vaccinated?

Olga Khazan answers:

According to federal law, yes. As in other domains of health
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your employer has a ton of power here. Unless you have
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you whether you’ve been vaccinated, and also ask for proof. (However, to
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If you don’t want to get vaccinated, you can ask for a reasonable
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it’s either vaccination or termination.

*Tonight’s Atlantic-approved activity: *

Take a drive. Our critic James Parker curated this hour-long playlist for
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