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Half of all college-educated black wives have a husband with less education – often significantly less.

In a world where successful marriages increasingly depend on shared interests rather than separate spheres, this incompatibility contributes to lower rates of marital satisfaction and higher rates of divorce in the black community.

At any given time, more than 1 in 10 black men in their twenties and early thirties-prime marrying ages-is incarcerated.

But there is also a shortage of potential partners for middle-income and high-income black women.

Better to remain single or put up with a partner’s bad behavior, the thinking goes, than to “betray the race.” Black women are further discouraged from looking elsewhere by the widespread belief that they have few options for forming relationships with men who are not black.

Much has been made, for example, of an Ok Cupid website study finding that black women send the most messages and receive the fewest replies of any group, and that white men write back to black women 25 percent less frequently than they should based on the compatibility scores the website calculates.

These figures are often blamed on the shortage of stable and employed men in low-income communities, and there’s considerable truth in that explanation.

But racial gaps in marriage span the socioeconomic spectrum.

At every income level black men are less likely than white men to be married.

Indeed, by some measures, the racial gap is actually wider among affluent men than among their economically disadvantaged counterparts.

Black women have been urged — by marriage activists, advice magazines, and often by their friends and families — to “save” black men.

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