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“The main thing that I found most interesting is that these people are just normal people,” she said.

“Their stories – without including their race, in many cases –are typical of anybody else’s story: parents objecting, financial problems, sexual issues.” Black women are the only group of women in America who cannot take for granted that if they seek marriage to a black man that there will be an ample supply of available men from which to choose.

Second, black men are more than twice as likely as black women to marry outside of the race, black women are the least likely group of women to marry outside of the race.

Third, for every 100 college educated black females, there are approximately thirty-five to forty comparably educated black males.

This is not a new problem; indeed, it goes back several decades but there hasn’t been much public discussion about how to resolve this issue.

It is almost like the plight of black women looking for eligible partners is the elephant in the room.

Moreover, for some black females, as the dating years began, former friendships with white females began to fade.

“There are far more black women than there are black men in this country, and that’s been for some time,” said Cheryl Judice, a sociologist and adjunct faculty member in Northwestern University’s School of Education and Public Policy.

“Right from age 16 and forward, black women start outnumbering black men.

For whites, that doesn’t happen until age 32,” she said.

Fast forward to the late 20s and early 30s for this group of young African Americans and the following had occurred.

Most of them had completed college, many were enrolled in or had completed professional, graduate, or trade school, and/or were beginning their careers.

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