Former NFL player Marcellus Wiley reads the Black Lives Matter mission statement, that includes “We dismantle the patriarchal practice,” and disrupt the traditional nuclear family. And he goes into what happens when little kids don’t have a father raising them with the mother.
By the way, regarding children growing up in one-parent households, i.e. mostly with the mother as the one parent, Wendy McElroy recently wrote an article on abusive relationships and domestic violence. It was not particularly in reference to single-parent homes, but she did mention that “a 2006 report from the Department of Health and Human Services found that 70.6% of abused children were brutalized by mothers, and 29.4% by fathers.” So in my view that at least implies that given those high numbers, a child in a mother-only home may be more likely the victim of abuse. That’s just my own interpretation from that, and I could be wrong. (In those 70.6% of abused children abused by mothers, perhaps the abusive mothers were themselves abused by their mothers? Or by their father or their mother’s boyfriend?) And could the problem of abuse in a single-parent home be a contributing factor to the high violent crime rates in the cities, and why we see so much violence being committed by “Black Lives Matter” at the “protests” in the cities, i.e. riots, occupations, destroying businesses and looting?