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Even if you choose not to have your activity tracked by third parties for advertising services, you will still see non-personalized ads on our site.Aminah Muhammad (right), her fiancé Muhammad Abdul-Warith share a laugh on her Overbrook porch. “When you look at all Muslims, of all races and ethnicities, who has it the hardest? Black men have it bad, too, but black women have it the worst,” Khabir said.

First taking place with a speed-dating format in 2012, this year it was revamped and rebranded as a match-up event.

Just 49 percent of college-educated black women marry well-educated men (i.e., with at least some post-secondary education), compared to 84 percent of college-educated white women, according to an analysis by Yale sociologist Vida Maralani.

According to the 2015 Brookings Institution report, black women have the lowest rates of “marrying out” across race lines.

“The women themselves, they would maybe be interested in someone from another cultural group,” said Nadir.

“But those other cultural groups are looking at their own group, and not so much at African American women, as prospective mates.” In the meantime, there has been a rise in the practice of polygyny, marriages in which the husband has more than one wife, particularly in cities like Philadelphia, New York and Chicago, Nadir said.

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