Critics of the Black middle class have long chastised its members for abandoning urban communities for more affluent suburbs, leaving working class and poor Blacks with few advocates and little political clout to transcend the conditions of the “ghetto.” The Black middle class says otherwise. According to its members, this particular segment of Blacks is not […]

WASHINGTON D.C. — Recent data acquired from the U.S. Census Bureau shows that African Americans making more than $75,000 a year still live in poorer neighborhoods than white people who make much less money. USA Today reports: The average affluent black and Hispanic household — defined in the study as earning more than $75,000 a […]