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Josie Duffy Tells About the History That Tells the Story of White Men Who Raped

It’s nearly three years since Josie Duffy published the article ‘The Men who Left Were White’ on the now defunct site Gawker.com. Duffy’s article comes back to me because I have been thinking about fatherhood. It’s over 9 years since I began to seriously exercise my brain – and my heart even more – about this thing called fatherhood. Up … Continue reading

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Big News for African Women and Men: South Africa’s Phumzile Mlambo-Ngcuka Appointed as Head of UN Women

Above all, let’s get this right: a concern about the state of African manhood and boyhood does not mean ignoring the realities, struggles, and achievements of black women and girls. Certainly the opposite. Definitely not here at New African Men. Fact is we share in the realities under which African women, even though too often African women … Continue reading