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All proceeds from book and dvd sales go to The Good Men Foundation, a registered 501(c)(3) charity that supports men and boys at risk. Charitable organizations such as The Boys & Girls Clubs of Boston, Big Brothers, Big Sisters, Trinity Street Potential, Dorchester Youth Alternative Academy, and Exodus Transitional Community are direct beneficiaries.
"The Good Men Project: Real Stories from the Front Lines of Modern Manhood is a collection of first-person stories about what it means to be a man in America today -- from Pulitzer winners and Poet Laureates to ex-cons, Pro Football Hall of Famers and just regular guys.
The authors describe their defining challenges, losses and triumphs through honest and simple truths, and are hoping to spark conversations about what it means to be a good man today.
Reviews: "The stories in The Good Men Project are powerful, poignant, funny, and courageous. The book has what few other books dealing with the subject of what it means to be a man in today's society have: balls." -David Kohan, creator and executive producer of Will and Grace
"The essays pack unusual power, just plain, healthy, straightforward, emotional power. It's wonderful that such a book exists. Such a grand and truthful rarity, it's in a class by itself."
- F. D. Reeve, author of The Toy Soldier and Other Poems and The Blue Cat Walks the Earth "
The hope is that these stories will help men come to their own definition on what it means to be a good man, says Tom Matlack, Good Men Project cofounder. Its about the deeper truth of how men think.
Be a part of something join what is fast becoming the centerpiece of a national discussion about what manhood means today. We all have a story to tell.SEE VIDEO BELOW - (1 1/2 MINUTES):