Harlem is one of the most famous neighborhoods in the world--a
historic symbol of both black cultural achievement and of the rigid
boundaries separating the rich from the poor. But as this book
shows us, Harlem is far more culturally and economically diverse
than its caricature suggests: through extensive fieldwork and
interviews, John L. Jackson reveals a variety of social networks
and class stratifications, and explores how African Americans
interpret and perform different class identities in their everyday
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