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As Father’s Day Approaches, Study Finds Many Black Fathers Defy Stereotypes

By Desmond Andrews

 

MR possible cover In Time for Father's Day  - armstead-father photo(TriceEdneyWire.com) – African-American fathers are often stereotyped as inattentive to their children. But statistics have shown that Black fathers are there for their children – as much as or more than White fathers.

As Father’s Day, Sunday, June 19, approaches, the National Center for Health Statistics says that 70 percent of African-American fathers who live with their children are more involved in their daily lives compared 60 percent of White fathers.

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