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Reading 5 Lecture 5 - Lecture#4 Changing Relationships of...

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Lecture #4: Changing Relationships of African Americans and Forests: 1. Distribution for recreation resources: How is allowed to go where? Who can go to the parks. 2. The social structures/barriers of costs/information: Parks are playgrounds for white people. 3. Collective Memories: Bad Experiences that cause them to not want to go. Colonial America: During Colonial America, slaves had a strong connection to the land, o They worked there all day. They knew better than masters. o This is before negative association with land and blacks o Place for diet supplement Hunting/Fishing o Medicine What plants did, and when they grew. How to get them o Sight for spirituality, and reconnection with Religion Slaves were not Christian, so they practiced in nature in solitiude o Place to hide/refuge Where they could remain when running away Underground railroad Mid 19 th -Centuary: Anti-nature sentiment begins o Forest becomes the sight of lynching 1 slave every 3.5days were hanged o
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