MAKING MANHOOD POPULAR
By Christopher A. Johnson Sr.
The world needs more Great Men! The Production of More Great Men is Best Accomplished By Other Great Men!
I’m a man first. Before my title, job, career, or status, I’m a man. Many men don’t have that kind of assurance anymore. There is a great number of men that passively declare man‐hood or they don’t claim it all. The man’s place in family structure today is blurred mainly because society’s definition of manhood is obscure. In the present climate, it is difficult for communities to define what true manhood is. Young men are confused about manhood because they have no tangible and teachable models for manhood. I believe that at its best, manhood is defined in the company, conversation, and community of other men.