Women Choosing Single Motherhood Debated Online With the black marriage rate reportedly on the decline since the 1960s, more women are simply going it alone — choosing to be single mothers. News & Notes' Geoffrey Bennett updates NPR's Tony Cox about that debate on our blog.
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Women Choosing Single Motherhood Debated Online

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Women Choosing Single Motherhood Debated Online

Women Choosing Single Motherhood Debated Online

Women Choosing Single Motherhood Debated Online

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With the black marriage rate reportedly on the decline since the 1960s, more women are simply going it alone — choosing to be single mothers.

News & Notes Web producer Geoffrey Bennett updates NPR's Tony Cox about that debate on our blog, News & Views.