The Black Family and Black marriage is under attack.

Black Men's Inner Circle Over the past few decades, there has been a significant decline in black marriage in America. According to data from the U.S. Census Bureau, in 1970, 61% of black adults were married, but by 2019, that number had dropped to just 31%. This is in stark contrast to white adults, whose marriage rates have remained relatively stable over the same time period.

There are several factors that contribute to this decline in black marriage rates. One of the most significant is the growing economic inequality between black and white Americans. Black Americans are more likely to experience poverty and unemployment, which can make it harder for them to establish stable relationships and marriages. Additionally, there are cultural factors at play, such as the increasing acceptance of non-traditional family structures and the decline in religious affiliation among black Americans. These factors, combined with systemic racism and discrimination, have created significant challenges for black individuals and couples seeking to form and maintain healthy, stable marriages.

The Connect Perfectly Foundation is here to help restore these relationships and bring people who are seeking to engage in relationships or strengthen their current relationships together is a safe and nurturing environment