If you don't read Aaron McGruder's comic strip "The Boondocks" then you probably should start. According to their web site,
"It is the story of a group of African-American city kids adjusting to life in white suburbia."Today's installment has one of the characters pondering how future generations will view this current era of Black History. He asks his friend, "Will there will be anything to speak of aside from slain rappers, circus trials of spoiled celebrities, and lackluster, co-opted leadership?" I'll let you read the punchline from this 6 February 2005 installment.