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Black Men, College, Dating and Relationships

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We continue our discussion from Wednesday night (January 20, 2010) and delve deeper into the issue of higher education, earning power, female professional and career success, and the impact a college education may have on who an educated Black woman views as a viable potential mate. The discussion on Wednesday night's show demonstrated that some Black men assume that a degreed person doesn't have much to offer in the way of positive character traits-just a degree. Is this a sly way of putting down those feel obtaining a college education is important? Can't a woman have character, beauty AND education? Are these judgments just another way to put down Black women with standards who are consistently condemned for being "too picky" and to "have ridiculously high standards" by Black men?

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