Slavery in the past isn’t the problem that’s destabilizing inner city America, fractured fathering, father figures and hustlers with an agenda are the problem

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“Hustlers and people with little understanding want us to believe that today’s black problems are the continuing result of a legacy of slavery, poverty and racial discrimination. The fact is that most of the social pathology seen in poor black neighborhoods is entirely new in black history. Let’s look at some of it.

Today the overwhelming majority of black children are raised in single female-headed families.

As early as the 1880s, three-quarters of black families were two-parent. In 1925 New York City, 85 percent of black families were two-parent. 

One study of 19th-century slave families found that in up to three-fourths of the families, all the children had the same mother and father.

Today’s black illegitimacy rate of nearly 75 percent is also entirely new. ………..

……………..Both during slavery and as late as 1920, a teenage girl raising a child without a man present was rare among blacks…”

 

Read more at http://eaglerising.com/20023/data-proves-that-slavery-has-little-to-do-with-the-current-plight-of-african-americans/#4dcKWCf3pTk819Tw.99

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