So do African-American men even would like to get hitched? Evidently, they do: 50 percent agree/strongly agree that marriage is very important, whereas only 16 % disagree/strongly disagree that marriage is important.
Getting back to tropes, there is a famous (or infamous) one which Ebony males secretly wish to get a cross the divide that is racial respect to matrimony possibilities. Within our last article, we mentioned Spike Lee’s Jungle Fever as a representation for the interracial dating challenges for both women and men. Regarding Black men, though, the results are closer to the 2002 movie Undercover Brother, wherein the protagonist, played by Eddie Griffin, becomes a hero to their colleagues ( including the paranoid David Chappelle character) to be in a relationship with a White woman.