In spite of empirical data proving African-American fathers are just as involved with their children as other dads—whether they live with them or not—the myth that Black fathers are derelict in their duty persists.
the jane dough
Much of the time, traditions can be wrong, and I think it’s good that progress usually wins out in our ever-changing world. But sometimes traditions are harmless.
I think, for many dads out there, the reason for becoming “at-home dads” is actually twofold -- both financially based and a chosen decision.