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Q&A with Nate Brown

Nominated by Tywanna Reese, who calls him a hands-on dad Q: What did it feel like when you became a father? A: It was a joy and it still is. Being a father comes with challenges, but is always a joy. Q: What can you share about your children? A: Lanasia, 21, is a certified nurse assistant. She’s a hidden Read More Read More »

Q&A with Antwaun Dixon

Nominated by Rachel Levens from Tucker Missionary Baptist Church Q: What did it feel like when you became a father? A: It was the best feeling of my life. I always asked God if I could have my first child before I turned 30. I had my son when I was 27. He came right when I wanted him. He’s Read More Read More »

Q&A with Karesaun Herring

As an only child, Herring holds his father as his top role model Q: What did it feel like when you became a father? A: One of the best feelings in the world. I was overjoyed; ecstatic. Best feeling in the world that there was something that I created and it was going to be my responsibility to raise. Wonderful Read More Read More »

Q&A with Quante Wright

Former gang member and car salesman nominated himself to share how he encourages good choices Q: What did it feel like when you became a father? A: I was young, 17. I was excited and a little fearful. When she delivered the baby, I was in jail and didn’t get to see my first one born. But I got to Read More Read More »

Q&A with D’Shaun Thompson

Thompson believes children need both parents to play an active role Q: What did it feel like when you became a father? A: That doubt. Questioning yourself if you’re fully prepared to be responsible for someone else. It was a bunch of emotions not just one thing. Each child presents us different challenges, but it’s covering the basics and then Read More Read More »