This week on Street Beat, host Lisa Germani learns about the importance of male role models in a young child’s life.

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(credit: CW50)

First, Charles Small, the President and CEO of Don Bosco Hall, and Deryl Horton, the son of Detroit Tigers legend Willie Horton, talk about the programs they have to support children and the upcoming Willie Horton’s Batting for Kids fundraiser.

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(credit: CW50)

Then, Dr. Eddie Connor, Jr., educator and the author of “My Brother’s Keeper,” explains the six building blocks for boys to become men.

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(credit: CW50)

Willie Bell, the founder of Family Assistance for Renaissance Men, shows how his group tries to reunite fathers with their children.

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(credit: CW50)

Finally, Sharlonda Buckman, the CEO of the Detroit Parent Network, and Dr. Jeffery Robinson Ph.D share what people need to know to become better parents.


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