December 30, 2021 Courtney Napier


“Good fences make good neighbors” is a proverb that cries out for critique. History shows us that most borders are not born of natural environmental transitions or agreed-upon boundaries, but rather through colonial force or colonialist economies. As we look closer at the origins of these artificially imposed lines, we acknowledge their absurdity and the tragedy imposed upon the natural world and its people.


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