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January 29, 2013 > The Black Middle Class: Social Mobility - and Vulnerability

The Black Middle Class: Social Mobility - and Vulnerability

Submitted By Myron Freedman

The American middle class is in peril, particularly the African-American middle class. On Saturday, February 2, at 5 p.m., CSUEB professor Benjamin P. Bowser will examine the historic context for this situation and outline the issues, threats, and questions surrounding a new, still developing middle class, and the role African-Americans will play. This program will be held at Palma Ceia Baptist Church in Hayward.

For their fourth annual Black History Month Program, Hayward Area Historical Society presents this free program in collaboration with the Women's Ministry of Palma Ceia Baptist Church and the South Bay Area Chapter of the LINKS, Inc.
The Hayward Area Historical Society preserves and interprets the diverse history of the Hayward, Castro Valley, and San Lorenzo area through educational programs, history exhibitions, and the preservation of historic sites and artifacts.

For additional information regarding "The Black Middle Class: Social Mobility - and Vulnerability," contact Johanna Fassbender at (510) 581-0223 or visit www.haywardareahistory.org.

The Black Middle Class: Social Mobility - and Vulnerability
Saturday, Feb 2
5 p.m.
Palma Ceia Baptist Church
28605 Russ Road, Hayward
(510) 581-0223
www.haywardareahistory.org
Free

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