"Meet 4 black men who could change your perception of single fatherhood"

Dr. Jason Nichols was invited to write an essay on October 18, 2017 featured in MIC, “Meet 4 black men who could change your perception of single fatherhood.” Nichols essay tells the personal stories of four black single fathers illuminating their daily struggles and carving a larger place to tell the narrative of black men and single fatherhood.  In one excerpt from the essay:

“In interviews with several black fathers, they all acknowledged the mistakes they’ve made in their journey as partners and parents. They admit to struggling with poor planning, immaturity and bad decision making. None of them is looking to be celebrated as a hero, but they were eager share stories about how fatherhood made them better men. “

Jason Nichols is a lecturer in the African American Studies Department at the University of Maryland, College Park, a political, social critic and writer.

Picture by Joamir Salcedo/Mic  from MIC news website used for Jason Nichols article