A new study shows that the rate of American women who have children with multiple fathers, also called "multiple-father family structure," is "pervasive." According to the National Longitudinal Survey of Youth, 1 in 5 American Moms has kids with different birth fathers. Black Mothers lead the list: 59 percent of us have children with more than one father, while Hispanics come in second place at 35 percent and whites come in last at 22 percent. According to the study, families with multiple fathers are stressed out, with issues often arising about how to consistently raise a child in different households. The most unsettling theory about the high rate of children with different fathers is when the study considers what the outcome will be for the children involved. "In the past, multiple fathers was more of a product of poverty and the ravages of racism in the black community. And we do know that it caused more conflict and confusion for the kids and a harder time for mom's to manage." If you like my videos, please share and subscribe to the 411 talk zone radio show channel on Youtube. Tune into the 411 talk zone radio show with host Leon Jones every Wednesday from 6 pm to 8 pm on blog talk radio. Guest call in number is 215-383-5785.
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