‘Rethinking the Fee Simple in Rural America’

Jessica A Shoemaker, ‘Fee Simple Failures: Rural Landscapes and Race’, 120 Michigan Law Review 1695 (2021). Newly released census data reveals that our rural places continue to shrink. The recent Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) report cements that climate change is widespread and intensifying. The pandemic has hit hard in rural places, with outbreaks centered around slaughterhouses, which predominantly employ people of color. At the same time, the country as a whole is reckoning with issues of racial justice. All of these issues surface in Professor Jessica Shoemaker’s latest article … (more)

[Sarah Schindler, JOTWELL, 21 October]

First posted 2021-10-22 09:00:24

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