As I’ve said countless times in posts on Medium, discrimination and racism against blacks will end when blacks are fully integrated into the middle class and beyond, when they and whites are interacting on equal terms in the same churches, communities, schools and workplaces.
You seem to be cherry-picking biased sources to support your conclusions.
Traditional Tradesman

I agree completely and often write about it too. Assimilation, sobriety, and single parenthood are the three major things holding Black folks back. My wife’s family will always have to deal with racism, but they are actually thriving more than my family is simply because they reject most of the Black counterculture.

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