Wed July 9, 2014
African-Americans and Gentrification in D.C.
This morning, a conversation with a Baltimore-based cultural anthropologist who studies contemporary African-American urban life. Sabiyha Prince has written books and articles on the black middle class in Harlem, New York, diversity in the African-American community, and African-Americans and comedy.
Her latest book is called African Americans and Gentrification in Washington, DC: Race, Class and Social Justice in the Nation’s Capital. She joins Tom Hall to talk about it.
Similar topics addressed on Maryland Morning
As Tom mentioned during the interview, during our year-long series The Lines Between Us, we discussed the barriers that separate neighborhoods, the integration of neighborhoods, and the shrinking middle class in Baltimore.