discusses her new book, Sole Sisters: The Joys and Pains of Single Black Women
More black women today are single -- and likely to remain single -- than are married, in numbers that have reached historic heights.
Drawing on interviews with 125 single black women from around the country, journalist Deborah Mathis has compiled a funny, poignant and thought-provoking chronicle of the realities of being single, black and female today.
Deborah Mathis is a print and broadcast journalist, teacher, and author whose work has appeared in countless publications. She is the author of Yet a Stranger and What God Can Do.
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