Lack of Education Strains Black Relationships

There are almost twice as many black women going to college as black men, and this is having both a social and economic impact on the black community. NPR's Byron Henderson reports on how a lack of higher education keeps black men from getting better paying jobs, and how that stress is affecting their relationships with black women.



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