Today the Middle Men Talk Show will be discussing Black Fathers. The image of the Black father over the past couple of decades has taken many negative hits from being absent from the home, to not fulfilling his fatherly duty at all. Tonight we will try expose a more positive side of being a Black father, and some of the challenges it takes to make it as a Black father. What are some characteristics of a good father for your own perspective? What are some ways to show more of the positives of fathers in the media? What advice would you give to young fathers to ensure they continue to progress as being fathers? Is there a difference in the roles of the step father and biological father? Also, do surrogate fathers such as uncles and other male role models get the praise and notoriety they should receive in helping mold young men? What should those do if they do not have a relationship with their father and want to reconnect with them?
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