Tuesday, April 16, 2024
04/16/2024

Historically black and family strong: Championing the two-parent home at HBCUs

I have spent more than a decade promoting the importance of marriage and strong families in the public square. But according to one “scholar” at George Mason University, my decision to speak at Hampton University’s 42nd annual black family conference makes me little better than a modern-day Exalted Cyclops.

Bethany Letiecq, a professor in George Mason’s College of Education and Human Development, recently wrote in the Journal of Marriage and Family:
Marriage fundamentalism can be understood as an ideological and cultural phenomenon, where adherents espouse the superiority of the two-parent married family. … But it is also a hidden or unacknowledged structural mechanism of White heteropatriarchal family supremacy that is essential to the reproduction and maintenance of family inequality in the United States.
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