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William Glass, 16, of Mattapan — ‘There’s a part where it says, ‘‘honor and obey ’’ — that’s the part where everybody gets bigheaded at.’
Anita Marshall, 15, of Dorchester — ‘I don’t know anyone who’s married, or . . . who is married and stayed married.’

Younger blacks absorb a wariness of marriage

By Vanessa E. Jones
Globe Staff / August 9, 2006

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As African-American teenagers in a Mission Hill conference room talk about their opinions of marriage , their comments reveal a dreary view of the institution. (Full article: 1565 words)

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