Maybe it's the imagery of a big Black guy walking into a room of criminals - the police would probably assume the he was one of the criminals.
He would probably be followed in the store where he is trying to prevent a robbery.
He would probably get a DWB ticket in his Blackmobile.
He would probably be shot while smoking a blunt in his driveway of his suburban home.
But is this imagery limited to how some whites would react?
Or do many Blacks think that certain aspects of society are off limits to them?
I wasn't really asking about the existence of a SHOC.
I was asking if the "concept" of a non-white superhero (Or; Rhodes Scholar, or CEO, or Meta physicist, or... until recently... President) was one that many Blacks couldn't imagine.
Why does Black always have to mean ghetto (Even to many Black people).
Why is "The Black Experience" often seen as a bad experience?
Why is; having both parents in a suburban home, going to an elite grade school, high school and college, getting a good job, raising a prosperous family, and generally doing well - seen by many as NOT a Black way of life?
Why can't Black be the standard of excellence in more than just sports and entertainment (excluding Tyler Perry)?