What does it mean to be a man in America today?
A unique book and documentary attempts to examine that question in depth through a selection of personal essays – men telling their stories and sharing their experiences: The Good Men Project.
“The Good Men Project: Real Stories from the Front Lines of Modern Manhood is a groundbreaking anthology of thirty-one essays by a broad range of men—rich, poor, black, white, straight, urban, rural, famous, ordinary—all writing about the challenges, obstacles, triumphs, failures, and defining moments they encounter. But it’s more than a book; it’s a conversation igniter for a national discussion about what manhood means today in America.”
[Follow Tom Matlack on Twitter, become a fan of the Good Men Project on Facebook, watch the videos on the Good Men Project YouTube channel and then pick up a copy of the book or DVD. All proceeds from the sales of the book and DVD will be distributed to the Good Men Foundation, a registered New York State nonprofit charitable corporation dedicated to helping organizations that provide educational, social, financial, or legal support to men and boys at risk. The funds will be used exclusively for the charitable mission of the foundation.]