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Black Eugenics: How the Black Mis-leadership Class of the Early 20th Century Supported Sterilization of the Black Poor

                        Protest against Eugenic sterilization of poor women. This took place in America well into the 1970s.

The Black Mis-leadership Class is a term usually referring to the race management elite that developed out of the Civil Rights Movement to handle the political and social affairs of the Black masses. 1,175 more words

Class and Race: The New Black Elite

Bell starts Chapter 8 of Class Matters talking about the suppression of historical scholarship on the contributions of African explorers, and the fact that most blacks trace their history in American to slavery while whites trace themselves to journeys of the privileged. 679 more words

Gonzaga University

A New Year Appeal To The Conscience of the Black Middle Class in the West

It is time for the Negro middle class to rise up from its stool of indifference, to retreat from its flight into unreality and bring its full resources its heart, its mind, and its checkbook to the aid of the less fortunate brother. 4,032 more words

Social Justice

Lawrence Otis Graham: 'We Should Not Apologize for Black Success' [VIDEO]

Author and attorney Lawrence Otis Graham discusses the state of the Black elite. 23 more words