Monday, February 23, 2009

Midterm (Week 03)

In the article Race and Place: A personal account of unequal access, author Tracie Hall describes the "White Cathedral" as "A gleaming white, newly blue-carpeted edifice to self-learning." Hall then describes the limitless amount of resources and books and study spaces. The extravagance of the "white cathedral" represents the inequality between the wealthy who live near and utilize the "white cathedral" and the poor who use the "yellow palace" local branch lacking many resources. 

No comments:

Post a Comment