Corbyn Tyson’s Fatherhood Project Continues With Marqus Cole, Who Wanted to Be Like His Dad. the Problem Is…Which One?

A year ago, Marqus’ mother visited for lunch and explained that his dad was not his father. How did it change him? Corbyn Tyson’s Fatherhood Project continues with a dads, fathers and Marqus Cole’s reflection of things known and unknown.

Marqus Cole’s dad was a coach; he believed that if you were blessed, your call was to be a blessing to others; he took other kids under his wing, becoming a father figure to many kids. Little did Marqus know that his dad had become a father figure for even him. As he explains, we don’t see dads on TV, in movies, comics, books – they’re not superheroes; they’re the man in our lives who we first see as real, actual persons. It is this example that defines manhood. A year ago, Marqus’ mother visited for lunch and explained that his dad was not his father. How did it change him? Did it make a difference when he saw his dad? Corbyn Tyson’s Fatherhood Project continues with a reflection on dads, fathers and Marqus Cole’s reflection of things known and unknown in the video below.