We know the stats - out of every three African American children, two of them will grow up without their father. Children absent their fathers are more likely to be poor, use drugs, and engage in criminal behavior. But what about the one who grows up with his/her father? What happens to that child, and by extension, our society? On the next Another View we focus on positive fatherhood with Leslie Gordon and William Middlebrooks, authors of "Dare to be Extraordinary - a Collection of Positive Life Lessons from African American Fathers". Plus, Lisa Godley tells us about African American literary works and the unique connection to America's labor market. It's all on Another View, Friday, February 7 at noon on 89.5 WHRV-FM, or stream us live on this blog!