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However, she says middle-class blacks, like middle-class whites, are also put off by the behavior of impoverished blacks who "have developed their own culture, one that is very different from mainstream America."
"You have a choice of whether you are willing to be around your people or go 180 degrees in the other direction," she says. "To the higher-income black people, if you don't want to love and help your lower-income black brethren, why would you expect white people to? If you can't do it, no one in society can do it. You can try to flee, or you can be part of the solution."