America has many ways of reminding Black people that the Constitution and American Dream were not created for them.
The author Maurice Carlos Ruffin on the losses and fallout of gentrification in post-Katrina New Orleans.
One New Orleans man reflects on the many unflattering racial layers of life of his city. “There are four of us. Four African Americans out of 280. One from a class of the early eighties. Two from the nineties. And me representing the 2000s.”