Pops of Color: Goldie

Facebook Twitter Google+ LinkedIn Welcome to our 6th installment of Pops of Color, we’d like to introduce you to a major dad, Carlos Tavares (otherwise known as Goldie). Goldie is a father to 5 wonderfully intelligent young people. It is fitting that he falls to the number 6 slot on our list because the number […]

Pops of Color: Charles Womack

Facebook Twitter Google+ LinkedIn A good dad is so underrated today. Someone to teach their son how to be a man, how to treat a woman, how to lose with grace and win with humility. It is such an honor to take audience with these great men – men who live by a code and […]

Pops of Color: Il Seob Kang

Facebook Twitter Google+ LinkedIn Pop #3 is Master Il Seob (James) Kang, 4-time Korea national Tae Kwon Do champion, USAT Certified Associate Coach, Certified Physical Education Teacher of Pre-school to Elementary school, husband, and father of one. Master Kang has only been teaching in the U.S. since 2008 so english is not his first language. Despite the […]

Pops of Color: Adrian Barrett

Facebook Twitter Google+ LinkedIn Pop #2 is Howard University alum and Phi Beta Sigma man, G. Adrian Barrett. Hailing from Jamaica, Adrian was raised in New York by a tough-as-nails single mom who raised two young boys into productive, college-educated, family men. Siting ‘The Cosby Show’ as an aspirational influence, we discussed what fatherhood means […]

Pops of Color: Bishop Dale Bronner

Facebook Twitter Google+ LinkedIn Our first featured ‘Pop’ is Bishop Dale Bronner of Word of Faith Family Cathedral in Austell, GA. This father of 5 impresses upon us that a father’s love should be a child’s first view of the love of God here on earth. He is a shining example of fatherhood both in […]

Breaking down the Walls

Facebook Twitter Google+ LinkedIn These past few weeks I have been on my grind; writing, editing, shooting various projects. I’m so excited about the creative process! It’s difficult breaking through the creative blocks, freeing myself from judgement that doesn’t allow the emotion to pour freely onto the page. It seems as though when you are […]