Dale A. Dye reflects on his family, forged through shared suffering and survival.
We need a stronger emphasis on the idea of service in our superficial world, and a more compassionate approach to life.
The Good Men Project Community talks with Publisher and CEO, Lisa Hickey, about how to create social change without being overwhelmed.
What do you allow yourself to really see?
Jim Killon knows firsthand—sometimes the difference between hope and opportunity or continued destitution and despair can be a simple shift in humanity.
I come from where violence is the answer to everything.
Participating in a global culture of greed and oppression can make one go mad. Here’s how we can accept our realities, and still strive to be better.
Ernest Roberts believes there’s more to living life than meets the eye. He examines these five unique reasons why.
Because people do not emerge from the womb as disconnected souls with criminal intent. This initiative aims to reconnect them with soul, community, and family.
Meet Colombia’s “new men” confronting machismo and gender violence.
This father’s story about holding his newborn son is about more than just good parenting.
Erin Kelly reflects on an incident in elementary school, and how it helped her discover what a true gentleman and friend is.
Lil’ Kim’s latest look is just one more reminder – at some level we all want in, and if you want in you can’t be dark.
There’s nothing ‘slick’ about calling yourself or your friend the ‘N’ word. No other race does this. It’s got to stop.
I knew the importance of these challenges, but his death prompted me to do something about it.
John M. Del Vecchio reminds us about family: It is deeper than blood and includes everyone regardless of race, creed, gender or politics.