Study Finds That Black Women Don’t Want Long-term Relationships!
With the massive amount of reports discussing why African-American women are involuntarily unable to find suitable partners, a new NPR study has a different spin on the topic. Single, black women who were polled by NPR, the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation and the Harvard School of Public Health are looking for long-term relationships less than African-American men (57 percent to 43 percent).
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In this video, Dr. Boyce Watkins spoke with Susan “The Princeton Mom” Patton and Nomalanga Mhlauli-Moses, the founder of HealthyBlackWoman.com, about their interpretation of the study involving 1,100 single African-Americans who are widowed, divorced or never married between the ages of 18 to 49. Are the women in the polls lying, frustrated, being honest or just facing the fact that the odds may be against them?