Will the Real Black Middle Class Please Stand Up?

Authors

  • Sabiyha Prince

DOI:

https://doi.org/10.14452/MR-058-03-2006-07_7

Keywords:

Political Economy, Inequality

Abstract

Long before Bill Cosby publicly picked on the vulnerable and before black neocons began portraying themselves as the sole proponents of personal responsibility among African Americans, diversity of thought, action, and experience ruled the day in the fictional place called "black America." Class has been one of the more consequential forces contributing to dissimilarity within African American communities.

Published

2006-07-07

Issue

Section

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