"Racism hasn't disappeared, but one thing has changed,...Discrimination on the basis of race is no longer acceptable in public,…"
“The authors believe that the Civil Rights Movement took away any hope for a superiority narrative, and so the black community is screwed—even as they cite Mitt Romney’s loss to Barack Obama as evidence of Mormon ascendancy.
'In this paradoxical sense, equality isn’t fair to African-Americans,' they write. 'Superiority is the one narrative that America has relentlessly denied or ground out of its black population.'”
(Or black Civil Rights was never aiming for that - Crack.)
"According to one estimate, while 1 in 2 whites will fall into poverty at some point in the course of their lifetime, 9 in 10 blacks will do the same. These glaring racial disparities in income, wealth, rates of poverty and vulnerability to poverty are evidence that blacks have not had a fair shot at the American Dream."