Yet, a small study published recently is making it’s way around social media garnering much outrage indicates that 92% of biracial children born to black fathers are born out-of-wedlock, and 82% of them are in need of public assistance. And don’t think everybody doesn’t know about our dirty laundry.
It is well known that in the African American community fatherlessness is a major problem, 70 % of black children are born out of wedlock in the African American community.
If you’ve been on social media long enough, and have known my tireless crusade with “No Wedding No Womb,” and trying to find solutions to the 70% out-of-wedlock rate in the black community, you know I and my supporters have face fierce opposition.
I think I’ve heard it all:“Black women need to keep their legs closed! ”“Black women maliciously keep fathers away from their kids! ”“Black single mothers LOVE being black single mothers!!!
The number of Americans who identify as "mixed race" is on the rise.
"Mom, Dad told me that Cheerios was good for your heart. " she asks in the commercial, titled "Just Checking." Adweek reports that You Tube comments made "references to Nazis, 'troglodytes' and 'racial genocide' " before they were disabled.
While that's just one (extreme) example, I'd wager that a quick survey of bartenders, waitresses, and others in the service industry would tell you that behavior is more the norm than the exception. I have no concrete answers, but I do have a few theories. Insufficient education about tipping On the basis of the "Blacks are bad tippers" perception actually being true, perhaps this phenomenon is due to us just not being aware of proper tipping etiquette.
Admittedly, I wasn't even aware you're supposed to tip bartenders until I was 25 or 26, and I suspect I'm not alone.
As with all of these studies, take a look around you.
Is it what you’re witnessing in real, day-to-day life? My brother’s best friend growing up got his white girlfriend pregnant and eventually married her, and went on to have four other kids.