Advice from African American men who have had long standing marriages.
African American men
Where is the love? It shouldn’t take a bunch of studies and statistics to tell us these guys deserve it!
In this poem, MaryLisa DeDomenicis reminds us of a common stereotype and the human need “to distinguish one’s self.”
Dr. David J. Malebranche shares the heartbreaking loss of his friend, Warner, and how the story of his life has a chance to impact us all.
From the racism of 1940’s Tuskegee to a seat on New York State’s Supreme Court, this humble man has helped write history.
Nick Chiles wants the world to see the fresh, talented voices coming from young men – and Miles Ezeilo is one to keep your eye on.
Zachary Hawkins knows that “the importance of mentorship in helping shift the future course of our most precious resources is greater than ever.”
Kenneth Braswell asserts: “You don’t need to be a Superhero to mentor children.”
By forbidding touch, particularly touch between males, men in our culture experience life in a world devoid of unconditional human contact.
Continuing with the theme of young men growing up, and in preparation for an upcoming, publicized Google+ Chat on the topic on 8/20, we are sharing the work of one of the participants of that upcoming chat: Idris Webster On the way to manhood, what are the valuable lessons that you’ve learned? Idris knows his…
Black men are brutally murdered and systematically incarcerated. Is this genocide?
Myths about Black men’s prowess reinforce racist stereotypes about Black men.