Question of the Week: “We asked four couples at the Brentwood Black Marriage Day event: Why is it important to celebrate National Black Marriage Day?”March 29, 2014 // 0 Comments
Jimmie and Tabitha Watson (Married nine months):”It is important to promote marriage, to show marriage as a whole: the good, the bad and the ugly. People need events like this to show the importance of marriage in the Black community.”
Robert and Eloise Newsome (Married 45 years): “To us, the celebration of National Black Marriage Day is important because it can help rekindle and renew relationships in a marriage. For us, it shows if you keep God in your marriage, it will work. Keep God first.”
Patrick and Veronica Seals (Married 22 years): It’s important to celebrate Black marriage because it brings to memory the lineage of our people in terms of matrimony. It gives positive guidance to our young people that they see the love, faithfulness and trust two people have for each other that helps create strong families in our community.”
Preston and Bonnie Loving (Married eight years): “Because of the high divorce rate and one parent homes in the Black community. This event will help reverse that trend.”
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