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Family Relationships and African American Community

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Family Relationships African American Community Historically the importance of family and family relationships inthe African American community has little changed As McAdoo notes The strong family tradition among blacks survived the slave system thenlegal segregation discrimination and enforced poverty p President-elect Obama and his successful and healthy family demonstrate how familystrength in the African American community has overcome all obstacles insociety The significance of African American mothers as anchor of thefamily cannot be underestimated in black culture including grandmothers aunts and other
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