Fathers Incorporated is in development stages of creating it’s narrative change project, “No Boundaries.” The project seeks to tell everyday stories from tragedy to triumph. The dialog is meant to serve as motivational, transparent and enlightening representations of a myriad of Blacks in all stages of life.

The launch of the project will take place in February 2017 for Black History Month. Leading up to the launch FI will be developing it’s website, products, materials, app and social media platforms. In addition we will be conducting interviews to contribute to the development of the “no boundaries” platform.


“Each story will seek to touch people in different ways,” says Kenneth Braswell, Executive Director of Fathers Incorporated. “People will wonder what does this project have to do with fatherhood; our answer would be; “everything.” Fathers are an intrigue part of families and impact every aspect it’s development in a special and unique way. No Boundaries will attempt to broaden the conversations to ensure that when we talk about families, that the narrative includes that of fathers were appropriate.

“It has always been our desire to help families understand each other; to give them authentic and unfiltered voices. There is so much noise in the public discourse of black families that we believe an unbiased and fully representative portal of stories could help with finding common ground and contribute to solutions that create healthy environments for our children,” says Braswell.

For more information on “no boundaries” please email us at fathersincorporated@gmail.com.


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Fathers Incorporated (FI) is a national, non-profit organization working to build stronger families and communities through the promotion of Responsible Fatherhood. Established in 2004, FI has a unique seat at the national table, working with leaders in the White House, Congress, U.S. Department of Health & Human Services, Family Law, and the Responsible Fatherhood Movement. FI works collaboratively with organizations around the country to identify and advocate for social and legislative changes that lead to healthy father involvement with children, regardless of the father’s marital or economic status, or geographic location. From employment and incarceration issues, to child support and domestic violence, FI addresses long-standing problems to achieve long-term results for children, their families, the communities, and nation in which they live.

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