rileyby Kelli

… [B]lack political gains are not the panacea that the black left has claimed they would be. When you look at income, unemployment, poverty, incarceration rates and other metrics, wide black-white disparities persist notwithstanding the ever-growing number of black elected officials.

The reality is that a black man in the home is much more important to black progress than a black man in the White House.

~ Jason L. Riley, author and member of the editorial board of the Wall Street Journal, addressing issues of race in an interview about his new book, Please Stop Helping Us: How Liberals Make it Harder for Blacks to Succeed, as quoted by Encounter Intelligence, June 10

[HT: Susie Allen]

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