Tag: fathers

Stories of positive black fathers in the ‘hood

Stories of positive black fathers in the ‘hood

| January 17, 2014

Contrary to stereotypes about black fatherhood, those who live with their children are just as involved as other dads who live with their kids—or more so.

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Daddy You’re Right Here

Daddy You’re Right Here

| January 4, 2014

By Genevieve Epps — As the days pass I long for your presence I close my eyes and think about your face, and there you are right there looking back at me.

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The day I became my daddy

The day I became my daddy

| November 24, 2013

In each of our lives, there are those painful moments that mark and define us. They are made of the collective seconds of our pain. These moments are the chisel in the hands of time, forming within us our psycho-social-emotional and spiritual disposition.

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He had the better seat

He had the better seat

| November 6, 2013

As I turned to go to first class, I said to myself, “I bet he wanted to sit next to his father.” As I got myself situated, in my first class seat, I begin to struggle emotionally and I didn’t know why. I should have been happy, but I wasn’t.

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