Debra J. Dickerson

“Professor Banks leaps in where few have thought, let alone dared, to tread. The reasons for and the significance of, black women’s low marriage rates is the subject of constant, superficial discussion that almost immediately devolves into name-calling and stereotype-flinging; until now, no one has respected blacks enough to bother making a serious investigation of the underpinnings of the phenomenon. And then there was Banks. He has fearlessly flipped the script on why blacks are the least married women in America. He’d better watch his back.”

Debra J. Dickerson, author of “An American Story” and “The End of Blackness”

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