“The thing that I feared the most is the thing I love the most. I feared doing it on my own and I love doing it on my own.”
For those singles who want to mix and mingle but struggle to because it's hard to find good, affordable child care, Hinge wants to help.
Black single moms are utilizing a variety of resources, including each other, in order to get much-needed support.
Want to help celebrate moms who are doing it all and doing it well solo? BLK has a special line of greeting cards to help.
After 2015 data showed that about 80 percent of single mothers between the age of 25 and 34 are in the labor force, with women without degrees leading the charge.