In this short edition of the Proud Poppas Project, we talk with Proud Father, Levi from Phoenix, Arizona. Continue reading
Warren Pegram and his stepson, Charlston Austin, have opened an Ace Hardware franchise in their neighborhood in the city of South Fulton, Georgia. It is one of the first hardware stores in their community. According to the City of South Fulton Observer, the new store is a great addition to the current retail lineup at the … Continue reading
St. Louis, MO / USA – In the aim to reduce the violence and shootings of the youth in St. Louis, the Urban League and Harris-Stowe University hosted a panel discussion with some of St. Louis’s most notable men to find a solution to save our sons.
Video interview with Vibrations host Raven Geary and featured guest writer Sharhzad Ali. They discuss her book – The Black Man’s Guide To Understanding The Black Woman. Shahrazad Ali (born April 27, 1954, in Atlanta, Georgia, US), raised in Cincinnati, Ohio, is an author of several books, including a paperback called The Blackman’s Guide to … Continue reading
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 … Continue reading
AJ and Barak of the Sweet Scientists Boxing Talk Show by DANZ USA Sports sat the Gary Russell Sr. and his four sons, Gary Russell Jr, Gary Antonio Russell, Gary Antuanne Russell and Gary Allen Russell. They talked about their upbringing, boxing, and fatherhood.
A LOVE discussion between James Baldwin & Nikki Giovanni
A deep look into the history of black men on the planet. Presented by HomeTeam History Continue reading
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
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
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
Trying to be a parent these days, I was going to say there’s no manual, but there’s actually so much stuff out there nowadays in books, on the internet, social media etc, that it’s almost too confusing, and you’ve gotta find your own way. The way I’ve raised my daughter is to ask questions and … Continue reading
The current structure of the Black Family. Host; Tyrone McCants – email@example.com Special Guest: Dr. Phil Valentine – Hygienic Scientist; Naturopath; Metaphysician; Clinical Hypnotherapist; Polymath, Lecturer; Free-Thinker… The founder, director and pastor of the Temple of the Healing Spirit; Self-Healing Education Center, The Institute for Self-Mastery; and The University of Keme – (800) 847-1291
What does being a father mean to you? It means being there, mentally, emotionally and physically. ~ Ronald and Tachelle
Father hosts tea party for daughters, nieces and family friends. #blackdadsrock #blackgirlmagic #image #positiveblackfamily #teaparty Source: (1) Young, black and married