One youth’s honest explanation of his relationship with where he is from.
Jeff Jackson knows that as a dad he is supposed to model “being a man” to his sons. One problem. He is not exactly sure what that is these days. He explores the question.
Are you afraid of the things that make you different?
Seldom does one see a coming-of-age story as stark and as inventive as Marc Frazier’s award-winning poem.
What kind of dad—nay; what kind of person will I be? And how will I show who I am to my children?
Kids don’t have to understand race to recognize differences in how they look. So why shouldn’t we talk about it?
The best way to influence your child’s success? Let them know all about the journey to your successes AND failures.
Tom Mallouk’s speaker reaches out in sympathy to the mother of his grown child in this emotionally impactful poem.
Our mind can be our worst enemy or our greatest ally.
Mike Berry is a dad who understands teenagers. Here’s what your kids want you to know.
Alex Steed looks back at his younger years and wishes he’d done a few things differently.
Korrin Bishop was determined to take a solo weeklong kayaking trip in the Everglades. She reflects on the courage it took for her dad, and how his understanding and vulnerability allowed her to become a braver person.
Number 3 — Save your salutes for the very few people that actually deserve them.