Blacks have a dirty little secret when it comes to nannies
December 31, 2006
BY MARY MITCHELL Sun-Times Columnist
There's nothing more sobering than a slap in the face. And middle-class black folks who are searching for nannies to care for their middle-class black children are getting that slap.
Last week, the New York Times reported that middle-class blacks were having a hard time finding nannies.
Apparently, African Americans who have realized the American dream are stymied in their attempts to find au pairs and nannies willing to care for their children.