The Black Family
November 29, 2007 Today, more African Americans are earning PhDs, heading companies, and making more money than ever before. But success can come at a price — in the office and at home. What happens when your achievements create tension and pressure within your family?
November 15, 2007 Our family series continues with a look at why some fathers leave their families, while others stay to face the challenges of fatherhood. Farai Chideya talks with James Cunningham, director of the Georgia Avenue Rock Creek East Family Support Collaborative in Washington, D.C., and Michael Rogers, a father and lawyer living in Indianapolis.
November 9, 2007 This month, News & Notes is focusing on the family. Today, we explore how a family copes when new members arrive from outside the biological circle. NPR's Tony Cox talks with Melissa Bradley and Allessandra Burns, partners in an uncommon family unit.