Click Chart Below to Zoom Here at we have recently and frequently been asked about statistics regarding single Black men and women and availability. There seems to be disagreements on social media about the availability, education, and education of single Black men compared to women. So we decided toContinue Reading

Black Unemployment grew after the Great Recession when millions of jobs were wiped out due to the housing crisis of 2008. Post-recession Black unemployment peaked in March 2010 at 16.8%. From there Black unemployment began a 53% decline which continued during the rest of the Obama administration to 7.9%. ThisContinue Reading