New author explores world of men falsely accused of paternity

New author explores world of men falsely accused of paternity
by Brittany V. Fitzpatrick
Special to the Tri-State Defender

Borrowing a line from talk show host Maury Povich, Memphis native Marcus Matthews released his first book this summer focusing on what he felt was an unexplored topic and a problem in our community: false paternity claims. READ MORE (CLICK HERE)

Marcus Matthews’ book gives voice to men falsely tapped — then excluded by testing — as children’s fathers



Marcus Matthews’ book gives voice to men falsely tapped — then excluded by testing — as children’s fathers By: Barbara Bradley

Marcus Matthews, a doctoral candidate at the University of Memphis and coordinator of The Teen Appeal program, wrote “I Am Not the Father” based in part on his own experience as a teenager falsely accused of fathering a child. READ MORE (CLICK HERE)