Daddy’s Girl, Still: He Never Came Home
Prolific politics and race writer Kirsten West Savali turns her pen toward an introspective, emotional look at life with her father—and without him.
He Never Came Home: I Was the Different One
Celebrating the release of "He Never Came Home," essays from daughters on life without their dads, with a piece by Nisa Rashid, asha bandele's baby.
You Did It Your Way: He Never Came Home
A daughter whose father died when she was a teen recounts the loving lessons she learned from him—an excerpt from the upcoming book, "He Never Came Home."
Feminist Fathers: A Dad Makes The Case For Why Fathers Should Be Feminists
When his baby girl was born, this father checked his privilege and embraced this simple concept: feminist fathers make the world safer for their daughters.
Living Up To the Millner Name, In Honor Of My Daddy, Who Inspires
When it comes to the "Millner" name, I've used my by-line to celebrate my father and his insistence that I excell—by any means necessary.
Love & Renewal: What My Daddy Taught Me After Mom Passed Away
I expected my father to need a lot of hand-holding at our first holiday dinner after mom died. Boy, was I wrong.
My Absentee Father Tried To Friend Me On Facebook
This writer first learned of her dad's birthday when he sent her a request on Facebook.
Self Defense For Girls: A Black Father Teaches His Daughter How To Fight Back
By SHAWN TAYLOR “How do you raise a child in safety in a world that is getting more violent by the day?” Some parents recently...
Lil Wayne’s ‘No Worries’ Made Me Question Myself as a Dad To Black Daughters
By NICK CHILES It was Lil Wayne’s song “No Worries” that did it— sent me hurtling down yet another slippery slope on the rollercoaster ride...