Reading this book is a good start.
For you folks who feel your office is immune to racial discrimination and prejudice, I challenge you to read this book and see if you don't change your mind.
In this poignant but incisive account Mr. Cose refuses to allow his personal subjectiveness overwhelm journalistic impartiality.
I read this book years ago and purchased as the result of a political discussion. In the wake of the Obama presidency and increasing racial unrest, this book is a must read.Published 8 months ago by Angela Cox
"Black Middle Class" is a phrase which, unfortunately, is a positive and a negative..both for blacks and for Whites, acc. to the author. Read morePublished 15 months ago by Phil S.
Mr. Cose really does his homework in this book. I know of many persons including myself, that have suffered some of the same indignities that those persons he writes about here. Read morePublished 22 months ago by Barry McCoy
Brings back life of the 50s when racism was rampant and emphasizes (with some exceptions) post racism is a myth. Read morePublished on January 3, 2012 by Wilhelmina
i recommend this book and have purchased it for others...the writing is clear and not bogged down in the presentation of boring stats... Read morePublished on July 28, 2011 by smooches
I wanted to read this book several years ago, but I was too busy being like the people in his book to read it. It's easy to digest; I finished it in less than a day. Read morePublished on August 28, 2006 by Joe Doc
2. A JackandJill-US.com must-have.
3. Inside the black upper class.
Ellis Cose presents a thoughtful, well researched book that investigates the complex nuances of racial discrimination. Read morePublished on March 19, 2005 by Peter Jackson
Since the first term of the Reagan administration, tacit resentment of Affirmative Action initiatives has been replaced by unequivocated vocal opposition lead by white males who... Read morePublished on June 19, 2001 by mateo52