The Untold Stories of the Black Middle Class in America December 14, 2021
Mari Faines, PSR Director of Communications and Outreach | Inkstick
The president and policymakers alike have created a platform around building a foreign policy solely for the middle class. Yet, rarely is the Black community considered in this conversation or a part of this demographic. You cannot address the middle class without addressing the systems of racism that are so complex, that even with education, it does not always bring equity in wealth across our community. Without addressing this, among other absences, the Biden administration’s foreign policy is doomed to be weak at best, or fail at worst.
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