Sinai speaker blames black subculture, not racism

La PORTE — Issues of inequality and economic injustice among blacks are less about racism and more about a lack of attention paid to human capital, author and journalist Jason L. Riley said during a presentation Sunday at Purdue University Northwest.

During the second of six talks by prominent speakers in this year’s Sinai Forum, Riley also said outrage over police misconduct against blacks is misplaced and should be redirected toward instilling social values that reduce crime and foster economic success.

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