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These podcast interviews are giving me life. If you're like me, it's hard to find inspiration these days during the pandemic and other discouraging things happening around the world. I find hope in hearing stories from people who have endured difficult times and emerged stronger on the other side. Today it's about Ken Harge, a Black man in Connecticut, the final story in my "Three Men of Color, Redefining Fatherhood" series. Next week I start a new series, "Four Badass Black Women." You can find the Finding Fertile Ground podcast wherever you listen to podcasts or online in the article below.

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Ken Harge: Here for Something Great

“I remember looking into my father’s eyes and feeling like I wasn’t worth made me this guy who couldn't be suppressed.
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Leader and Connector, Charles Jackson II

"When I saw George Floyd being killed, that was the first time in a long time that I cried."
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Ruben Garcia, Becoming the Father He Never Had

Ruben was born in Texas to a Mexican family with ten children, an abusive and alcoholic father, and an inattentive and dysfunctional mother.
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Rabbi Debra Kolodny: Spiritual Badass

“This is not a time for unity. This is a time for truth’s a time for righteous anger and for being relentness."
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