Celebrate Black Marriage Day

Today, March 28, Black Marriage Day celebrates its eighth year of activities in cities across the country with the release of two marriage-themed films, Tyler Perry’s latest film, Why Did I Get Married Too?” and You Saved Me, as part of this year’s observance. “This year the passion for celebrating Black Marriage Day is bigger and better than ever,” Nisa Muhammad said. “Marriage matters to the Black community, and we want everyone to know.”

Black Marriage Day is a marriage education initiative promoting the benefits of marriage in the Black community created by Nisa Muhammad, Executive Director of Wedded Bliss Foundation, Inc. Since 2003, hundreds of local sponsors in cities large and small have hosted Black Marriage Day events including: Tom Thumb weddings, marriage-themed contests for teens, workshops, conferences, Date Nights for singles considering marriage, community banquets, religious services and inductions into Marriage Halls of Fame for longtime married couples. Local, state and Congressional representatives have regularly issued proclamations celebrating marriage in the Black community.

For more information about Black Marriage Day andevent information visit www. blackmarriageday.com


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