This book enables readers to better understand, explain, and predict the future of the nation's overall economic health through its examination of the black working classaespecially the experiences of black women and black working-class residents outside of urban areas. ac Contributes new information and fresh perspectives on the ongoing debate regarding the significance of race versus class ac Suggests a number of lessons all Americans can learn from the black working class ac Provides a insightful critique of the first black American president's record on race and addressing socioeconomic class differences ac Supplies an unprecedented examination that simultaneously examines the diversity of the black working class as well as its historical impact on shaping and foreshadowing the U.S. economy over many generationsGinwright, S. A. aClassed Out: The Challenges of Social Class in Black Community Change.a Social Problems 49 ... Haynes, B. Red Lines, Black Spaces : The Politics of Race and Space in a Black Middle Class Suburb. New Haven, CT: Yaleanbsp;...
|Title||:||Lessons from the Black Working Class: Foreshadowing America's Economic Health|
|Author||:||Lori Latrice Martin, Hayward Derrick Horton, Teresa A. Booker|
|Publisher||:||ABC-CLIO - 2015-10-31|