A recent survey of hundreds of black women around the country reveals that most say they’re willing to date/marry across the color line. But the numbers show that only nine-percent of them actually do. Yet black men marry across color lines more than twice as much.
What’s behind those numbers? Does it matter? What does this mean- if anything at all- for the ideals of black love and black families?
That’s what we’ll talk about tomorrow night, Wednesday, Feb. 1 at 8:00. I hope you’ll join us!
Dr. Kellina Craig-Henderson, who has studied and written about this topic, will be on the show taking your questions and comments. Be sure to log on, listen in and call or write in. Be IN THE KNOW and e-mail/IM me during the show at email@example.com .