Since 1965 fatherlessness has increased dramatically. As of 2010 black families were 53% fatherless, Hispanic 31% and whites 20%. When the Moynihan report was written in 1965, it was predicted that 25% fatherlessness in the black community would decimate their families. Now our national average is 33%.
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