Every Monday through November 1 here at The Black Snob, I'll be floating my various theories about what black people have lost in our efforts to survive post-Reconstruction and how that has negatively impacted us today. To start this Monday I will attempt to address why there seems to be so much frustration and strife over the state of the black family. My take? Follow the money. Or in this case, the jobs.
As in ... there aren't any.