Yes, I Would Marry Him Again is a compilation of moving tributes to strong black men who love their wives and take care of their families. Countering the many negative assumptions about black men as absentee husbands and fathers, these salutes highlight the constructive and essential roles Black men across the country play in the lives of their families and communities.
Author Lori Jones Gibbs hopes to create a National Conversation about the many “Do Right” black men in America today. “I have never come across a book that served as a tribute to husbands, especially African-American husbands. I believe the time is now to recognize our strong black men; for they are our fathers, brothers, sons, uncles and nephews. They are the foundation of the family, for it is strong marriages from which solid families are built,” she says.
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