Brad Wilcox, JS '92, examines the impact of religion on family life among minorities

January 19, 2016

Brad Wilcox, JS ‘92, serves as the director of the National Marriage Project at U.Va. and a senior fellow of the Institute for Family Studies. His family-related research and writings are featured regularly in The Wall Street Journal, The Washington Post and The New York Times. Most recently, Brad has published a new book entitled Soul Mates: Religion, Sex, Love, and Marriage Among African Americans and Latinos in which he shows how religious faith has helped relationships, marriages and families flourish in black and Latino communities. Read more about Brad’s latest work here.


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