We know that more than 70 percent of Black babies are born out-of-wedlock. We now know that the vast majority of women who have children with different sperm donors (this can loosely be called a ‘father’ and better categorized as a “baby daddy”) are Black women:
One in five of all American moms have kids who have different birth fathers, a new study shows. And when researchers look only at moms with two or more kids, that figure is even higher: 28 percent have kids with at least two different men.
“To put it in perspective, this is similar to the number of American adults with a college degree,” says the study’s author, Cassandra Dorius, a postdoctoral fellow at the University of Michigan Institute for Social Research. “It’s pervasive.”
Forty-three percent of the women with kids with multiple dads were married when their first babies were born.
Dorius found that a multiple-father type of family structure was more common among minority women, with 59 percent of African-American mothers, 35 percent of Hispanic mothers and 22 percent of white mothers reporting children with more than one father.
Women with low income and little education were also more likely to have children with different birth fathers.
An important message that doesn’t appear to be getting through is just how hard it is to raise a child as a single parent.
“While these women tended to be poorer than others to begin with, their whole lifetimes continue to be disadvantaged,” she said.
Actually, the United States has a generous welfare, Section 8, free lunch, food stamp and other social programs and benevolent entitlement system that helps off-set the costs these children would otherwise rack up, making it virtually impossible for these promiscuous mothers to cloth or feed them. It should be recalled that single Black women have a net worth of $5:
Women of all races bring home less income and own fewer assets, on average, than men of the same race, but for single black women the disparities are so overwhelmingly great that even in their prime working years their median wealth amounts to only $5.
In a groundbreaking report released Monday by a leading economic research group, social scientists turned a spotlight on the grave financial challenges facing an often overlooked group of women, many of whom could not take an unpaid sick day or repair a major appliance without going into debt.
“It’s rather shocking,” said Meizhu Lui, director of the Closing the Gap Initiative based in Oakland, Calif., who contributed to the report “Lifting as We Climb: Women of Color, Wealth and America’s Future.”
Knowing that poor financial decisions (which lead to low credit scores, student loan debt-default, etc.) negatively impact ones economic wellbeing, that single Black women only have a net worth of $5 one can only guess the net worth of single Black women with children. Without tax dollars bankrolling this shameless fecundity, one is forced to wonder who would care for these children.
Thankfully The Grio (thegrio.com) is here to enlighten the hoi polloi on how to interpret this study and the obvious Hate Facts it perpetuates:
There is sure to be much discussion about the new University of Michigan study that shows an increase in the numbers of American women having children by multiple partners. Some African-American women who study and advocate for mothers are issuing cautious glances to the report out of the school’s Institute for Social Research.
The study shows that 28 percent of American women with two or more children have done so by more than one man, and when it comes to African-American women, that figure jumps to 59 percent. Some believe the survey could become another way to attack women of color.
“There has been a lot of ink spilled on the love lives of black women, a lot of over-sensationalizing,” said Avis Jones-DeWeever, executive director of the National Council of Negro Women. “I would call it the Sara Baartman-ization of black women.”
Jones-DeWeever was referring to Sara Baartman, a tragic figure in history whose life seemed to exemplify public ridicule of women of African descent. Baartman was a young woman taken out of her native South Africa by a Scottish doctor and a showman, both of whom marveled at the ample size of her rear end. Baartman’s captors brought her to London to display her semi-nude as a freak to the public. They called her the “Hottentot Venus”.
Now, almost two centuries after Baartman’s death, women of African descent are still battling stereotypes and ridicule, Jones-DeWeever said. She fears the University of Michigan study will help perpetuate that.
Equating the anatomical anomalies of the Black physiology 200 years ago with the sexual decisions (and indiscretions) of Black women today as somehow connected makes perfect sense when one considers that negative information about Black people garnered from serious academic studies must always be repackaged in a palatable manner.
Somehow exhibitionism of human oddities is the real reason inquiries are made into the collapse of the Black family and the accumulation of data that portends a looming disaster for Black Run America (BRA) is akin to the peddling of Sara Baartman once again.
We have written about Black people (Brown people too) and credit before. A lot of people continue to cheer the demographic data that shows the United States of America is on an unavoidable collision course with majority-minority status.
Why such joy over the displacement of whites, the same people who pay the majority of the taxes to support the enormous birthrates and ultimately the care, feeding, clothing and housing of the same people who have a net worth of $5 is beyond us at SBPDL.
Before, we have asked why the future would be better and the answer is patently obvious: Black and Brown people believe they will be in charge, without realizing that the nation under the omnipotent eye of Black Run America (BRA) already puts their every demand ahead of the dwindling majority.
BusinessWeek ran a story this week that should serve as a reminder to the fragility of a slowly dying nation that no longer makes anything and where more Americans work for the government than in manufacturing, farming, fishing, forestry, mining and utilities combined.
We already know that the majority of Black people are unemployable in the private sector, which is why the public sector is called upon to employ Black people at rates of shocking over-representation that would shock even those shocked by Sara Baartman’s rear-end.
The United States of America’s public pension plan is a vast Ponzi scheme, one unbelievably unfunded mandate that will eventually collapse. With high paying jobs disappearing from America quickly – and never to return – the question is simply this: what will the majority of the majority-minority population do in the future United States for employment?
An aging white population relying on an increasingly (uneducated) Black and Brown young population to pay for Medicare and Social Security? You really believe this is going to happen?
Those Who Can See can do nothing and the future United States is already guaranteed to be a repeat of some mixture of South Africa post-1994, Zimbabwe and Haiti.
Parts of the United States already resemble these de-Westernized countries.
One is left to wonder if in the not-too-distant future a white woman will be paraded around (like Sara Baartman) the collapsing infrastructure of a Detroit, a Shreveport or some other formerly major United States that has been abandoned to nature.
Studies that demonize Black women (like the Atlantic story that stated all Black women will be morbidly obese in thirty years) will soon be unfit for publication, not because of questionable scientific merit, but because they dare impugn the collapsing Black family on choices made by Black people.
That a vast majority of people who have children by more than one man are Black women and that they frequently appear on Maury Povich to determine the father is a problem somehow relatable to Sara Baartman. Right?
Editors note: We’ve been exceptionally busy; expect this week to be the most explosive week ever at SBPDL.