Listen Here:

The African American Middle Class, defined by education, economic independence, home ownership, culture and class. Some African Americans aspire to reach middle class status, while others hold the group in distain claiming members of the Black middle class have lost their "roots".  On the next Another View, the Round Table will discuss the African American middle class and its role in society at large, and its responsibility to other African Americans.  Join Roger Chesley, Columnist for the Virginian-Pilot; Carol Pretlow, Political Science Professor at Norfolk State University; Bill Thomas, Community Activist, and Wil LaVeist, Journalist and Talk Show Host for great conversation on the next Another View, Friday, November 8 at NOON on 89.5 WHRV-FM, or stream us live on this blog!

Share

Comments (2)

Cancel or

  • Margaret Mcintyre
    I plan to contact members of this panel to discuss how to begin to deliver academic achievement in math and reading that is a foundation for life long achievement and confidence, not just a credential or a status symbol.
  • Margaret Mcintyre
    I listen to another view regularly-- largely to learn more about the community I joined in 2007 when I moved to Norfolk from Chicago. My main point of agreement with your guests is that education has failed black youth. Public education is also failing white youth, but often-white families have resources to compensate for the failure. Education that is more ‘indoctrination” than academic seems to repel more students and their families today—and more so boys than girls.