Award Winning Website Debuts Ground-Breaking Documentary, "Happily Ever After: A Positive Image of Black Marriage"

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Documentary Challenges Stereotypes and Portrayals of Marriage and Parenting In The Black Community.

Lamar and Ronnie Tyler, the creators of the award winning website,, present their first inspirational documentary dedicated to promoting marriage and parenting in the black community, "Happily Ever After: A Positive Image of Black Marriage"    

Happily Ever After challenges negative stereotypes and promotes positive images surrounding marriage and parenting in the black community. While many media outlets portray the Black Family as non-existent or only as households run by single mothers, the truth is that there are a multitude of black families in the millions, thriving, happy and successful. Hear personal stories discussing topics from love and family, to Obama's effect on black marriage and more. This summer's most powerful documentary goes inside of real marriages in the black community to unveil a side seldom seen in main stream media.

The official DVD is set to be released Tuesday, August 4th 2009 but will premiere "One Night Only" at The Avalon Theater, 5612 Connecticut Ave., NW, Washington, D.C. 20015 at 8:00 P.M... All guests who attend the premiere can purchase the soon to be collectable DVD for half price that night.

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About Since launching in late 2007, the site has experienced explosive growth, won numerous awards and been featured by local and national media. BMWK is the premier source for information concerning positive images of marriage and parenting in the black community. "We're dedicated to building strong families because we realize they are the cornerstone of strong communities and a stronger nation" - Lamar Tyler, Co-Founder

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