Blues singer Buddy Guy once sang that "It's cheaper to keep her"... But has it actually become cheaper for fathers to abandon their families?
While the national divorce rate is at 50%; dual-parenting in Black families are almost non-existant with less than 28% of Black children having a father at all.
Are Black fathers deadbeats, or are they being forced out of their children's lives by laws, economics, and even their child's mothers?
We'll discuss the financial, emotional, and societal costs that broken families have on our society, and discuss if men should "fight" to be fathers. at all
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