Category Native Americans

0

White Privilege Trumps Black Lives and Civil Rights–the Myth Exposed

There is a growing racism in American society and American politics. Today the United States has a thriving, if somewhat tenuous, black middle class. By conventional measures of income, education, or occupation at least a third of African Americans can be described as middle class, as compared with about half of whites. That has change from the early 1960s, when blacks enjoyed the “perverse equality” of almost uniform poverty in which even the best-off blacks could seldom pass on their status to their children.

Jenna Ryan Frisco TX racist realtor Jan 6 (NZ Herald)

Recent evidence confirms affluent African Americans’ greater mistrust of white society...

Read More