Why Black Fathers Matter [video]

Author and radio host Dennis Prager disseminates a wealth of information through Prager University, which includes short video tutorials.

In the latest video released, talk-show host Larry Elder talks about that fallacy of the Black Lives Matter movement and shares from his own upbringing what the greatest threat facing the black community really is. He asks:

“Which poses a bigger threat to black communities: Racism– or– the absence of fathers?”

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Pointing to official data, Elder emphasizes how important black fathers are to raising boys to become responsible and happy men. Their absence in their child’s life has created a tragedy of innumerable proportions affecting generations of young people in America.


Bethany Blankley

Bethany Blankley is a political analyst for Fox News Radio and has appeared on television and radio programs nationwide. She writes about political, cultural, and religious issues in America from the perspective of an evangelical and former communications staffer. She was a communications strategist for four U.S. Senators, one U.S. Congressman, a former New York governor, and several non-profits. She earned her MA in Theology from The University of Edinburgh, Scotland and her BA in Political Science from the University of Maryland. Follow her @bethanyblankley facebook.com/BlankleyBethany/ & BethanyBlankley.com.

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