Ralph Richard Banks

Stanford University

Guest

Professor of Law at Stanford University and author of Is Marriage for White People?: How the African American Marriage Decline Affects Everyone; brother of Los Angeles Times columnist Sandy Banks

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Despite beauty, education and professional accomplishments, black women are the least married group in America. We talk with a black man who has the answer: marry non-black men.

Should More African American Women Marry Outside Their Race?

Despite beauty, education and professional accomplishments, black women are the least married group in America. We talk with a black man who has the answer: marry non-black men.

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Two years ago, 52% of California voters  banned same-sex marriage , a ruling  upheld  by the State Supreme Court.  But yesterday, a federal judge in San Francisco ruled that…

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Two years ago, 52% of California voters banned same-sex marriage , a ruling upheld by the State Supreme Court.  But yesterday, a federal judge in San Francisco ruled that…

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A federal judge has  overturned California's ban  on same sex marriage, passed by 52% of the state's voters two years ago. Supporters have already appealed.

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A federal judge has overturned California's ban on same sex marriage, passed by 52% of the state's voters two years ago. Supporters have already appealed.

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