Harris specifies that within "the worlds of de jure and de facto segregation, whiteness has value, whiteness is valued, and whiteness is expected to be valued in law" (1777). [...] narratives that deal with issues of segregation- even if they concentrate on integration- will also be explorations of the value placed on Whiteness and the social protection(s) that it affords and is afforded.
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