African American Marriages are on the Decline-why?

African American marriages are on the decline. With marriage being an economic  mainstay in other  communities, what is the impact of this phenomenon within African American culture. And does this have roots in our legacy-are there socio-economic drivers that make marriages in the African American community especially difficult.  Tune into this episode of Brooklyn Savvy, where we explore these questions and more with Gloria Browne Marshall founder of the Law and Policy Group at John Jay College, and Psycho-therapist Mary Pender-Greene.

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  1. [...] African American marriages are on the decline. With marriage being an economic  mainstay in other  communities, what is the impact of this phenomenon within African American culture. And does this have roots in our legacy-are there socio-economic drivers that make marriages in the African American community especially difficult.  Tune into this episode of Brooklyn Savvy, where we explore these questions and more with Gloria Browne Marshall founder of the Law and Policy Group at John Jay College, and Psycho-therapist Mary Pender-Greene. Click here to watch the interview [...]


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