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.
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.
I think, for many dads out there, the reason for becoming “at-home dads” is actually twofold -- both financially based and a chosen decision.