E. Carson adds to the conversation about the current state of the Black Middle Class in America, particularly the upper middle class. (I had posted a link earlier to a Washington Post Article discussing how nearly half of all children of the black middle class from the 60’s grew up to live in poverty.)
I have found the upper black middle class to be far more conservative and less active towards civil rights and social policy of late. I am concerned that the black bourgeoisie is willing to shift its focus away from the liberalism that put them in their position for racial acceptance.
There seems to be a clear class division in America the supersedes racial barriers.