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For Alvin Valentine, it was a chance to fight for something other than his life. For Adam Friedman, it was a chance to face down a monster that had tormented him since childhood—fear.
Two men, joined by murder and redemption, who are now working to keep other young men from making the same mistakes.
How one ex-inmate is helping others have a second chance at life.
There comes a moment when our very manhood is up for grabs.
With quotes from friends and famous folks alike, Tom Matlack finds that defining goodness is not science, it’s art.
Some of our favorite stories and confessions by men, highlighting The Good Men Project’s original mission of creating a space for men to tell their stories and support one another.
In the end I think we all want the same thing: a new kind of macho in which men are allowed to express themselves as fully formed human beings who change diapers, are capable of intimacy, do meaningful work, and aspire to goodness in whatever way they define it.
Lisa Hickey responds to an article in The Atlantic about ‘having it all’ and debates feminism and Tom Matlack along the way.
Why focus on the perceived stupidity of the few rather than the brilliance or courage or big-heartedness of the many?
Can inmates join the movement towards becoming good men?
Six million people are under correctional supervision in the U.S.—more than were in Stalin’s gulags. The question is why?
How do we try to explain “Mass Incarceration in the Age of Colorblindnes”?