Launched by founder Marvyn Harrison, Dope Black Dads is a podcast that celebrates what it means to be a black father in today's society. Addressing the lack of positive representation of black fathers in the media, the podcast spotlights engaging, constructive and honest conversations about hosts' personal achievements and challenges as modern parents.
What started as a Whatsapp group by Marvyn -- a London native who began by compiling a group of 23 personal friends that talked about their parenthood experiences -- the podcast was launched during Black History Month 2018.
In addition to Marvyn's story, the podcast features conversations with black dads from New York as well as South Africa with a variety of topics covered like cohabitation, blended families, marriage and co-parenting covered.
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