72 Percent of Black Children Raised By Single Parent [study]
Figure is triple the national average.
Here's some more ammo for next CNN "Black People Got It Bad In America" special.
According to a study from the Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development, 72 percent of African American children are being raised in single-parent households. That is almost triple the national average for other races combined.
While divorce is credited as a small factor, the trend is mainly due to the children being born out of wedlock and one-parent being snatched up by the Justice system.