[email protected] @mccabe_caitlin We recently asked you to support our journalism. You have encouraged us in our mission — to provide quality news and watchdog journalism.Some of you have even followed through with subscriptions, which is especially gratifying.In that article, Kristi Williams is right when she says: But the article doesn’t address the hard demographic reality that the things that make marriage less available or attractive to poor women — Lowrey lists “globalization, the decline of labor unions, technological change and other tidal economic forces” — have done it much more for Black women, even among the poor.In addition to even worse job prospects, for Black men you need to add incarceration, mortality, and intermarriage rates much higher for men than for women. Adapting the old formula from William Julius Wilson, I counted up the number of employed, non-married men per non-married woman (employed or not) in the age range 25-34, separately for Blacks and Whites, and by education, for the 50 biggest metropolitan areas (one not shown because of data shortage, one outlier excluded).Villanova University's Department of Public Safety is investigating a reported incident in which a black female student was assaulted by white males as they ran toward her yelling, "Trump, Trump, Trump!" According to a university source with knowledge of the event, it occurred Thursday night as the female student, who has not been identified, was walking through a SEPTA tunnel on campus.
Local chapters host social and educational events, and also support other aspects of their communities.There, she encountered multiple white males who allegedly ran toward her, shouting the name of the new president-elect. Donohue, Villanova's president, said he was "deeply disturbed by several reports of members of our community using our nation's political process as a justification for behaviors and language aimed to intimidate or humiliate other people." In a separate statement, the university said it "finds this conduct deplorable and considers this racist behavior that runs completely counter to our values." Those found responsible, according to the statement, will face serious consequences.One male forcefully knocked her to the ground, causing her to hit her head, the source said. The incident is being investigated by Radnor Police and Villanova's Public Safety Department.Online dating brings singles together who may never otherwise meet.It's a big world and the Marriage Minded People community wants to help you connect with singles in your area.With intermarriage rates so low for Black women, and the tendency not to marry men without jobs, this is a reasonable approximation of the marriage market for Black women, though it understates the number of men available to White women.