Stories of absent fathers have become commonplace in the narrative of the Black community. While there’s a tendency to avoid consistent conversations about the real reasons why so many men are absent from their children’s lives, even more damaging are the limited opportunities to provide examples of fathers who foster high quality relationships with their children and families in ways that positively impact our community.
Have we failed to consider how their examples can inform and inspire those fathers, children, and families who are lost? Or does it even matter?
Jonathan L. Roper died much too soon but left and enduring and powerful legacy of love
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