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What Does Being a Father Mean to You? The Proud Poppas Photo Project

Happy and Proud Poppa’s Day from Visual Poetry Productions on Vimeo.

We want to thank all the supporters and attendees of the Fall of 2015 showcasing of “The Proud Poppas Photo Project.” Exhibition.

The images celebrates and encouraging the pride of being an active father.

The project was inspired by the amazing fathers, all from different backgrounds shared their experiences and stories of their own personal dedication to being the best dads they can be.

Special thanks to the For My Sweet Garden and Event Space/Kalahari Gallery and the  Faith Art Gallery

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Tyrone Z. McCants



8 thoughts on “What Does Being a Father Mean to You? The Proud Poppas Photo Project

  1. I love this!

    Posted by Tea | May 30, 2012, 9:13 PM
  2. Thank you for this blog. Thats all I can say. You most absolutely have created this blog into some thing thats eye opening and crucial. You clearly know so significantly about the subject, youve covered so several bases. Fantastic stuff from this part of the internet. Once more, thank you for this blog.

    Posted by Avery | November 21, 2012, 2:08 AM
  3. Reblogged this on the Brklyn Photographer and commented:
    #WhatDoesBeingAFatherMeanToYou? #FathersDay #ProudPoppas #Support

    Posted by zirephotography | June 12, 2014, 9:31 PM
  4. Yes, I would love to participate. It is very important for fathers to be in their children’s life no matter what sex the children are. Having an active father gives children an understanding of the other half of who they are.

    Posted by Harold Boynes | July 21, 2014, 6:58 AM
  5. This is a beautiful thing and I wish I could be in attendance. I think father’s should be celebrated more often.

    Posted by Tria | November 26, 2015, 8:18 PM


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