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    Jonathan Karp

    Jonathan Karp lives in St. Louis, where he studies modern segregation and the ways in which the city's cleared histories keep coming back. He plays violin, too, and is interested in performance and protest.

    Political Assemblies, Unlawful Asylums 

    What does asylum look like in a place whose laws and infrastructure actively seek to deny Black people the right to assemble, the right to live? It might look like these protests, like the reclamation and transformation of place and an insistence on the right to the city and suburbs alike.

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