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Donte Palmer Advocates For Fathers In Viral Diaper Change Photo

Donte Palmer, a high school teacher and parent, isn’t asking for too much: He simply wants restaurants and public places to install changing tables in men’s bathrooms so fathers can change their kid’s diapers in a clean and comfortable environment. 777 more words

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Still, life.

My writing habit has taken a backseat to my living habit. Three months ago I explained how I have to wait for inspiration. The fact is that I only have to wait for a time when there are no distractions. 100 more words

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The Importance Of A Black Father In My Life

When it comes to rebuilding the black community, the #1 thing that is needed is the black father, or a black father figure. When growing up, I didn’t realize the importance of a black father. 1,343 more words

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‘Men Making a Difference Day’ brings Prince George’s County fathers to school

Fathers, grandfathers, uncles and other male role models involvement could change a child’s life

This past Monday, 100 schools across Prince George’s County scheduled fun and educational activities for male role models during the annual “Men Making a Difference Day.” Learning how to knot a necktie was one of many activities that more than 2,000 men shared with their children. 85 more words


Ode to An O.G.



Reflecting on Father’s Day this past week made me realize that I know some stellar Black men, especially Black fathers, who are gangsta in the absolute best way imaginable.  730 more words

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Ronnie DeVoe Wins Father's Day: See The Adorable Pics

New Edition’s Ronnie DeVoe might be in the midst of turmoil with his group, but he’s definitely winning at life. Married to Blaque’s Shamari Frears DeVoe, the couple celebrated the birth of twin boys Roman and Ronald, in 2017. 324 more words

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A Tribute to Fathers


This a tribute to men that carry on & hold themselves accountable to others, despite the challenges they face in the world today. These men are our fathers, husbands, uncles, sons or brothers that get up in the morning and face a world that tells them their not good enough, and the slightest move they make could cost them their life. 146 more words