Black on Black with Light Gray Interior  
A Diagnostic Reivew of African-American Architects in Current Practice, 
edited by Jack Travis  
Ila Berman 

"Blackness is neither the place of sameness nor that of opposition, but instead advances itself as the critical and creative place of inevitable and complex intermixing.  Blackness for architecture can be understood as the place where its true density and richness reside: it is in its heterogeneity, its continuity, and its specificity." 

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