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Mr. Sharp, 48, was dressed in a short-sleeved shirt and a dark tie on that October day.
It never ends. Thinking about manhood. Finding a way to think about black manhood. Trying to understand how a man understand being a black father. If you believe that all men are then same, then there is nothing to understand: all men are dogs. 286 more words
Arsenio Hall featured a spoken word artist named Prentice Powell who did a very moving piece on his struggles to be a good, involved father. Making his third appearance on The Arsenio Hall Show, Powell move the crowd to tears with his powerful and emotional performance of “Good Father.” 66 more words
By Marcus Franklin
This photo essay is part of Life Cycles of Inequity: A Colorlines Series on Black Men. In this installment, we explore and challenge the notion that black families face a crisis of fatherhood. 563 more words