Dr. Dwayne Dyce, chair of the Jamaica Diaspora Education Taskforce, appears on Port Of Harlem Talk Radio, Thursday, December 24, 8p-8:45p. He illuminates his experiences growing up without a father, his search for his father, and its unexpected outcome. Dyce will also share how his childhood experiences affect his parenting his daughter. Read his article “Growing up Fatherless, Yet Becoming an Empowered Parent,” in the current issue of Port Of Harlem.
Franklyn Malone, Founder & CEO of 100 Fathers, says, “Fatherhood cannot be caught, it cannot bought, it has to be taught” will join the discussion about 20 minutes into the show. His organization leads fathers toward greater involvement with their children and families. Malone also hosts the internet radio show Fatherhood Next Level Empowerment Hour.
During the last 15 minutes, Lou Fields, President of the African American Tourism Council of Maryland and author of “Freedom Seeker,” talks about the state of tourism in Baltimore and his new book which focuses on Baltimore abolitionists.
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