Third, for every 100 college educated black females, there are approximately thirty-five to forty comparably educated black males.
It is almost like the plight of black women looking for eligible partners is the elephant in the room.
Between issues related to skin color, hair texture, and low self-esteem, it is more difficult for black women to talk about it publicly to draw attention to the problem.
Judice said she focused on relationships with white men because of history.
“Relationships with other men of color don’t hold the same historical dimensions,” she said.
These couples supplied their children with the privileges that their social and economic status afforded while living in predominantly white suburban areas.