A Few Good Men Part 1 of 2 | Episode 15

About 24 million children in America live without their biological father, according to the U.S. Census Bureau.
And there have been numerous local and national efforts to improve these statistics.
Children without fathers in the home have a greater risk of poverty, are more likely to abuse drugs and alcohol, are more likely to
dropout of high school and more likely to go to prison, according to HUD officials.

Today's guest is breaking the stigma of fathers and shattering the myths, discussing the joy's and challenges of single parenting from the father's perspective.

Meet him - John Barrett - an HBCU Graduate, a divorcee, and father of 3. He often says, “I am their father. What else should I be doing?”