Single black mothers chime in to tell their stories from their vantage point.
Cameras follow one single mother of three as she changes hats from full-time employee to full-time caretaker in order to provide and care for her children on her own.
All I know is that I found someone who was charming and popular and not-so-nice to me -- and he died. So why should I let this guy go, when everything in my body says this one is the one.
I don't know..our little company had a good night tonight. But it wasn't complete, it wasn't nearly close to being in the same vicinity as complete, because I couldn't share it with you.
72% leaves no rock left unturned as it seeks to expose this issue from all perspectives and compel viewers to reconstruct the African American family from the ground up.
Check out the trailer for the film which won the Audience Buzz Award at the Black Women Film Festival in June below.
“72%,” a new documentary from Moguldom Studios, tackles what is known as the baby mama epidemic among the African American community, exposing the startling statistic that 72% of Black children are now born to single mothers.
According to a news release: The film investigates the effects that colonization and slavery have had on the black family unit, which was once solid and intact.