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In memory of & tribute to my father, Sayyid Abdul-Mumit. There was no callout for Black fathers to bring their children to the annual Dance Africa street festival in Brooklyn. But there they were, in all of their tender Black masculinity. They had Black children hoisted up on their shoulders, holding their hands and stroking their soft puffs of hair. In tribute to my own father, I photographed some of the fathers with their children as a reminder that Black fathers matter. My Black father mattered. I didn't have the physical blood of my father, but the soul tie - the spiritual blood of father and son - was irrefutable. My father adopted me and gave me his name. He raised me and protected me and was present in my life to lead by example - lead me into manhood, lead me into fatherhood.

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