I'm not sure why, but my professor told me so.
Quote from: Lindbergh on July 27, 2008, 02:35:06 AMI'm not sure why, but my professor told me so.Can you define the terms "wealthy" and "poor"? I rarely meet wealthy blacks, but your life experience seems to be significantly different from mine in this and many other a respects. I just want to be sure I understand what you mean when you use the terms. Then, please get me some statistics on the number of wealthy urms (esp. blacks) in law school as compared to the number of poor whites and the number of poor Asians. Please provide information on family income, assets (esp. investments, real estates, trusts and estates, etc. that point to net worth as opposed to mere salaries), educational attainment levels, residential housing and community info, etc. Feel free to narrow your focus to the 3,980 black, 39,050 white, and 4,640 Asian students who entered law school last fall -- or a representative sampling of them. I'd like to better understand your research into these wealthy urm's and poor whites and Asians. Thanks.
White skin doesn't force people into a life of prosperity, nor does black skin cause people to fail.