2014-01-28 11:24:13 - If you believe in love and marriage for all races this event is for you. Whether you’re single, dating, engaged or married, you'll walk away with new enlightenment from Black Marriage Day March 23, 2014, explained LaTricia Smith Spokesperson of “A Stronger Bond” relationship coach and marriage celebrant.
A Stronger Bond will join Wedded Bliss Foundation, Inc. and hundreds of cities around the country in celebrating our 10th anniversary in highlighting and promoting marriage in the Black community. Since 2002 our goal has been to strengthen and celebrate marriage in African American communities from coast to coast. In Fayetteville, North Carolina the event will include: Four Course Meals, Live Entertainment, Stimulating Speakers, Door Prizes and a Unity Ceremony.
Black Marriage Day has been celebrated annually at locally sponsored events hosted by faith-based and community groups on the fourth Sunday of March since 2003. Marriage activists in more than 300 cities participated in 2013. Black Marriage Day events and the Wedded Bliss Foundation’s Executive Director Nisa Muhammad have been featured
nationally by CNN, Black Enterprise, Essence magazine and much more.
"Longtime marriages in our society are nearly invisible but they do exist. Many are very happy and have something to celebrate. All we generally hear about is the pain of divorce and dysfunctional relationships. We're creating a cultural shift in the community to reconsider the benefits of marriage and show the many couples who know that with marriage couples are, “Building a Strong Foundation" A Stronger Bond wedding celebrant LaTricia Smith said.
Local Black Marriage Day sponsors across the country involve singles and youth in their Black Marriage Day events on 3.23.14.