By Christina M. Greer
The regular immigration of black populations from Africa and the Caribbean over the last few many years has essentially replaced the racial, ethnic, and political panorama within the usa. yet how will those "new blacks" behave politically in the US? utilizing an unique survey of recent York urban staff and a number of nationwide facts assets, Christina M. Greer explores the political value of ethnicity for brand spanking new immigrant and native-born blacks. In an age the place racial and ethnic identities intersect, intertwine, and have interaction in more and more complicated methods, Black Ethnics bargains a strong and rigorous research of black politics and coalitions within the post-Civil Rights period.