There is a serious fairness issue here, but it doesn't have to do with whether MacKenzie ends up with $1 billion or $68 billion.
Single parenthood is not the story of poverty.
Black married parents are 2.4-times more likely to be in poverty, are 2.1-times more likely to be unemployed, and have one-ninth the median net worth compared with White married parents.
A review of the Family Inequality record.
I don't favor using delayed parenthood as an approach to poverty reduction. Here's some of the reasons why.
If we want to help kids, it's time to focus on money, not marriage.
What if we treated child poverty like elderly poverty?
How much would you pay to stop having to listen to rich people tell poor people how to run their families? If my calculations are correct, we can end child poverty for $62 billion per year. Is that a lot? No, it's not. It's $578 per non-poor family -- but (if Twitter analytics are to…
Updating the trend on children living with their grandparents.
A decent job and some education would mean a lot more than your sermon.