Many families in the African American households are headed by women. According to the U.S Federal Census, from 1930 to1870, many African American homes were headed by men. When did the change occur? Making African American women the head of the house. Study has shown that father-child relationship depends on several variables: father-child connection, father- child communication, father-child quaility time together. What impact has it placed upon the black family, because the father is absent from the home? Please join host Antoinette Harrell and co-host Dr. Okpara Nosakhere for this discussion.
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