Dialogue With Dads

Greetings Folks, In a previous post, I highlighted an amazing organization, Black Fathers Rock. Well, last night I was able to attend the “Dialogue with Dads” open forum and wanted to share some of the discussion with you all. Hosted by founder Ryan Jor El, the purpose of “Dialogue with Dads” is to create a…

Black Men: Heal Your Wounds, Train, and Raise Your Sons To Be Winners

Brothers, It’s time for us to take our spot back. We’ve been beaten down, our communities have suffered, and our reputation has been tarnished long enough. Currently, there’s an energy in the air (most likely our ancestors) that’s leading us in the right direction. But to get there, there are some things that we need…

Black Fathers Rock

Greetings Everyone, I was at the park enjoying Father’s Day with my family when I was introduced to an amazing organization for Black Fathers. Black Fathers Rock Black Fathers Rock is a 501(c)(3) organization that seeks to change the narrative and dispel the notion that Black fathers are absent, all the while providing them with…

BPM: Building Power Minds

Greetings Folks, I’ve been hearing a lot of leftists conversations about masculinity as well as the supposed negative effects that it has on society. Apparently, when men subscribe to a traditional code of conduct—being a protector, provider, and leader for their families—we’re no longer revered for demonstrating manhood but demonized for being archaic and “toxic.”…

Just Because…

we compliment each other, and I never get tired of seeing it. Until Next Time…

Book Review

Greetings Good People, I just finished reading a book, entitled Tough Notes: A Healing Call For Creating Exceptional Black Men, and I wanted to share my thoughts. Good writing fuels the mind, challenges falsehoods and questions authority; anything less is an insult to the human spirit and its capacity for intellectual empowerment and social change…

S.T.E.P

Greetings Good People, A few weeks back I finished reading The Man-Not: Race, Class, Genre, and The Dilemmas of Black Manhood by Professor Tommy Curry. His book provided a detailed analysis of the disproportionate victimization of Black men throughout American history, as well as present-day. Although the information was substantial, I found myself disappointed with how…

Single Black Male Who’s Not Looking?

Greetings All, I was YouTube browsing when I came across a clip from a 2012 documentary, entitled Qualified, Yet Single: Why Good Men Remain Single. This film is addressing the increasing number of men who are choosing to live bachelor lifestyles here in the United States, advising that for every 100 single women there are…