The acclaimed 'hip-hop intellectual' exposes the raw nerve of class and generational warfare in black America with this provocative defense of impoverished African Americans
Nothing exposed the class and generational divide in black America more starkly than Bill Cosby's now-infamous assault on the black poor when he received an NAACP award in the spring of 2004. The comedian-cum-social critic lamented the lack of parenting, poor academic performance, sexual promiscuity, and criminal behavior among what he called the 'knuckleheads' of the African-American community. Even more surprising than his comments, however, was the fact that his audience laughed and applauded.
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Subtítulo: OR HAS THE BLACK MIDDLE CLASS LOST ITS MIND?