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Positive Messages: For Young Men Growing Up Without Their Fathers

An excerpt from Positive Messages for young men growing up without their fathers by Marc Anthony Butcher When I was six and seven I constantly wondered why I didn’t deserve to have a father, the other half of my biological parents. I knew what my mother told me. She had left him.“But why?”“He was a … Continue reading

“In Home Banking” Documentary with Derrick Grace Two

The “In Home Banking” documentary is officially releasing to the public. Following months of adversity, preparation, and challenges from the powers that be… It’s here! From the concept, curriculum, to the board game. Continue reading

James Baldwin & Nikki Giovanni, a LOVE conversation [FULL]

A LOVE discussion between James Baldwin & Nikki Giovanni
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Proud Poppa Stories – Izzi From Chandler Talks About Fatherhood

In this short edition of the Proud Poppas Project, we talk with Proud Father, Izzi from Chandler, Arizona. He talks about changes in his life after losing his dear father and uncle, and then suddenly becoming a father of a baby girl named Angelica. Continue reading

History of Black Men: A Philosophical Approach

A deep look into the history of black men on the planet. Presented by HomeTeam History Continue reading

Dr. Da’mond Gadson Talks About How to communicate better with your partner and solve relationship problems.

Your partner is your biggest asset you need to learn how to communicate with your partner in a more supportive way. You must share your dreams and goals with your partner and have conversations about how your partner fits into your plans to help you reach your dreams and goals. Continue reading

ALPHA MALE Lifestyle Development

Introducing a new kind of support group that focuses on the challenges of becoming Alpha Male. We’ll be discussing any issues or concerns men have about parenting, relationship, communication, and leadership within our training group. Continue reading

African Love – Connecting Your Love And Your Culture Through Marriage

Marriage in African culture, from North to South, East to West is hands-down one of the most significant rites of passage between cultures, ethnic groups, religions, countries, and social classes. It is the most celebrated ceremony in all African cultures. Special wedding garments are often worn, and the ceremony is sometimes followed by a wedding … Continue reading

Levi – Proud Poppas Talk With Fathers in AZ

In this short edition of the Proud Poppas Project, we talk with Proud Father, Levi from Phoenix, Arizona. Continue reading

Re-defining Manhood: Harvey Weinstein and how his toxic manhood is our toxic manhood, too.

by Kevin Powell AS I’VE WATCHED THE HARVEY Weinstein saga unfold these past few weeks, and the stunning roll call of accusations of rape, sexual assault, and sexual harassment pile up, from Hollywood royalty, from actresses who never achieved fame, from women and men both, I cannot help but think of my mother, for two … Continue reading

Unharm Your Sons: A Therapist and Suicide Attempt Survivor’s Plea to Black Fathers About the Culture of Black Masculinity.

Black boys, especially those with mental health issues, need all the guidance, protection, and nurturance that we can muster. by Jeff Baker Content warning: depression, self-injury, suicide, trauma “I swallowed all of them!” I blurted out, as I burst into my parents’ room frantically. Barely looking up from the TV, my father glanced me over, … Continue reading

The Best Marriage Advice from a Divorced Man

  “If we make the conscious decision to daily place our spouse’s desires and needs above our own, and that’s reciprocated, the marriage will succeed. Utter and complete selflessness. Isn’t this true in all healthy relationships?” My advice after a divorce following 16 years of marriage, by Gerald Rogers. Obviously, I’m not a relationship expert. … Continue reading

5 Thoughts on the First Year of Fatherhood

By Pete Cataldo The celebration of a baby’s first birthday is almost more about mom and dad than it is about the actual baby. You’ve survived an entire year as parents and lived to tell the tale. High fives all around. It’s funny how first time parents anticipate and get excited over the completion of those … Continue reading

Queen Sugar’s Kofi Siriboe talks about the challenges of Fatherhood

For those who aren’t familiar, the Ava DuVernay-helmed show is the story of a Louisiana agricultural family—the Bordelons—dealing with the fallout after the death of the family patriarch, and is one we haven’t seen on television yet. At all. But Nova, Charley and Ralph Angel are all family to me. The writing is good. The … Continue reading

Strong fathers, strong families: New program aims to support Latinx community

“There are multiple ways to great fatherhood,” says Adnoris “Bo” Torres, the fatherhood coordinator of the “Padres Fuertes” initiative at Family Futures, a new program designed to specifically serve fathers of young children in the Latino community. With healthy father-child relationships in mind, Torres seeks to serve a population as diverse as the many countries … Continue reading

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