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Decreasing the Number of Children Raised in Single Parent Homes
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The number of children living in single-parent homes has nearly doubled since 1960, according to data from the 2010 Census. Today, one-third of American children a total of 15 million are being raised without a father. Nearly five million more children live without a mother. But what can be done to address this issue? We'll discuss with Yolanda Nollie, Executive Director and President of Singleparent Sisterhood of America Inc.
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Don't Box Me In: Yolanda Nollie

One-third of American children a total of 15 million are being raised without a father. Nearly five million more children live without a mother. We Talk with Yolanda Nollie, Executive Director and President of Single Parent Sisterhood of America Inc about combating Single Parenting.
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