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The Cutest Sneakerhead Marriage Proposal You'll Ever See

The Cutest Sneakerhead Marriage Proposal You’ll Ever See

by Jamilah King on August 27 2013, 1:24PM

Take notes, y’all.

Topics: /NOW

Latinos Most Likely Ethnic Group to 'Marry-Out' of Race

Latinos Most Likely Ethnic Group to ‘Marry-Out’ of Race

by Jorge Rivas on February 17 2012, 9:11AM

The share of all current marriages that are either interracial or interethnic has reached an all-time high. And Latinos lead the way.

Topics: Arts & Culture, /NOW

Three Feminists Talk About The Media's Obsession With Unwed Black Women

Three Feminists Talk About The Media’s Obsession With Unwed Black Women

by Jamilah King, Noelle de la Paz on October 31 2011, 10:16AM

There’s a lucrative industry devoted to saying that something’s wrong with black women. Here’s what we should be talking about instead.

Topics: Gender & Sexuality

ABC to Turn Tracy McMillan's Single Ladies-Hating Manifesto Into Sitcom

ABC to Turn Tracy McMillan’s Single Ladies-Hating Manifesto Into Sitcom

by Akiba Solomon on October 27 2011, 9:01AM

The biracial TV writer’s HuffPo editorial “Why You’re Not Married” will also become a book. Both should be a big hit for folks who believe that a wedding band is more important than a woman’s self-worth.

Topics: Gender, Gender & Sexuality

Hey, Media: Don't Lecture Black Women About Marriage

Hey, Media: Don’t Lecture Black Women About Marriage

by Jorge Rivas on October 21 2011, 12:10PM

Racialicious’ Latoya Peterson on the media’s obsession with black women and marriage rates among African-Americans.

Topics: Arts & Culture

Single Women Fend for Themselves in Recession

Single Women Fend for Themselves in Recession

by Michelle Chen on August 11 2010, 9:29AM

Single women of color, despite their vital economic contributions as consumers, parents and workers, bear the brunt of the economy’s decline.

Topics: Economy, On Gender

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Study: “Marriage Promotion” in Welfare Doesn’t Work

by Michelle Chen on August 10 2010, 9:00AM

Yet, even as we shred the social safety net, there’s always new money for magical thinking about “family values” as a way to combat poverty.

Topics: On Gender

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