Mark Clennon's project seeks to highlight the beauty of black fatherhood while debunking toxic myths.
"We can make it so they now have the ability to obtain employment, get their proper education... and get their own food."
I love and respect you both, beyond measure And I am so grateful to the God who let me live to see you change our world for
Wallace's story is a part of a series dedicated towards telling authentic stories of Black fatherhood. For privacy purposes
I spent the day visiting my closest friend Leo, his wife Patrice and their son Lathan. To Lathan I'm Uncle Stevon and I'm
Too many children lose a parent not due to death but because of our system, past mistakes, the book of public opinion, and the financial restraints of imprisonment. Therefore, prison like a death sentence to the children they leave behind.
Lakers' Metta World Peace on NBA Fatherhood, Struggles Faced by Black America and His Film When the Bell Rings
The Los Angeles Lakers' Metta World Peace speaks about the struggles of NBA fatherhood, African American struggles and his new documentary When the Bell Rings.
This game puts a new spin on playing the race card.
When your mom says, "Food is ready, but let the kids eat first" 😑
From the moment he arrived to the march, we shifted our individual energies towards Justice. We'd come together to be a part of the historic moment but we were mostly there to support his presence while we planted seeds in his growing consciousness of self.
In today's society the majority of what's said about Black men isn't flattering and leaves out really important facts. I know, because as a Black man and BMe Community Manager in Philadelphia, I have pretty much heard them all.
I am a child of the forgotten city by the lake, Cleveland. I say this not because I am writing with an exaggerated sportscaster's righteous indignation, but my hometown heartbreak, love for the game, and interest in leadership gave my eyes a new lens to witness this Promethean event.
Several evaluations of black and white wealth in America have surfaced over the past several months. Yet, these tools only tell part of the economic story. To truly understand the difference in economic access, you must look at the top of American wealth, and be honest about what you find.
Not only is the phenomenon of the single black woman with children ever increasing but now the single black woman is faced with the prospect of never being married and being happy with the single girl friends, a good job, and a miniature dog. One would question, what does that do for the fate of the black family?