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White men, many of us fathers, have viciously held on to power but neglected to use it to make things better for other parents and children.
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Saying what we believe may be the first step to social change.
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Research shows that small talk and casual connections create happy communities and less-lonely individuals.
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Even as researchers find loneliness is epidemic, people young and old are relearning how to hang out.
Cincy Stories gives people a platform to share their stories and build connections.
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It was just stuff. Until it wasn’t.
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