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A few days ago, I caught another one of the 1,000 specials created by ABC, NBC and CNN about the lack of educated and employed Black men available for Black women, and how the Black family is on the brink of being endangered.

Frankly, I’m tired of seeing these specials, although opening up a conversation that never seemed to be going on in the first place is important – even if it’s orchestrated by a white-owned network.

Whenever I hang out with my friends after work in midtown or in Harlem, we always run into young, professional African-American women – professional Black women who were born here, as well as those who moved here from other places across the country.

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