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By Stacy M. Brown
NNPA National Correspondent 

New Children's Book, 'I Love My Daddy,' Further Dispels Myths about Black Fathers


New Children's Book puts the role of fathers in clear view

For centuries, there's been a false assumption that Black fathers are absent, apathetic, and uninvolved in their children's lives.

The stereotype of the absent Black dad remains quite ubiquitous in popular culture.

It often takes the form of a dysfunctional family unit, but in recent years, studies have proven that the stereotype is nothing more than a myth.

That legend is further vaporized in the new children's book, "I Love My Daddy," by Maryland social worker and military veteran Juanita Banks Whittington.

The 27-page book, complete with fascinating illustrations by Ananta Mohanta, celeb...

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