What About Fathers?: Family Law; Gender & Racial Bias (Paperback)
We have only heard stories of deadbeat dads dropping seeds and bailing or rich fathers who never spend time with their children and leave the single mothers to struggle, knowing they do not have the financial means to hire an attorney to fight them in court to enforce court-ordered child support. Being the inquisitive, non-judgmental person who has a deep calling to fight for what is right, Colleen Davis was compelled to share his story and the multifaceted battle he faces every single day as a single black father, loving family man, and dedicated provider of security and safety for his family. Who is he? He is not what is portrayed in the media as a dead-beat dad, no job, pants sagging, weed head, low riding car portrayal of a black man. He is confident with a smile, wears wranglers, drives a Chevy pickup, and loves learning about history. This biography tells one single black father's story. It is a never-ending story of perseverance, strength, and a deep love for family. Patrick Wayne Davis, known as PW, shares his story as a proud single father of his four children, ages fourteen through ten. He has and will do everything to fight for them within a deeply rooted racially and gender bias family law and child support system which typically awards children to the biological mother. Intrigued yet?