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“Copynorms,” Black Cultural Production, and the Debate Over African-American Reparations

Greene, K.J.
June 4, 2015

Source: (-0001) Cardozo Arts & Entertainment Law Journal, vol. 25: 1179-1227

An article contrasting the music industry’s stance against piracy of intellectual property with its historical agenda of denying African-American artists the fruit of their intellectual labors. The article also addresses the question of reparation with regard to this industry racism.


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