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According to the U.S Census from 1930-1970 many African American homes were headed by fathers in the homes. Today, in our society many women are raising their children along.
A lot of fathers are having little or no relations/interactions with their sons. A father should guide, inform, educate, have fun with and accept his son(s). At the proper age, educate your son about adulthood, manhood, fatherhood, how to treat women, how to care for himself and his family, and other such things. Get involved in his activities and play with him.
Also joining us is Dionne Ford Kurtti, writer who's writing appeared in New York Times, Brain, Child Magazine and the NAACP'S blog. Dionne has a deep passion for researching her family roots.
You can visit her site at http://findingjosephine.com/
Join host Antoinette Harrell on Nurturing Our Roots " Where Family Matters".
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