Category: Fatherhood

Atlanta-Area CEO Honored by Oprah in Fatherhood Television Spotlight For His Work Positively Impacting Black Fathers

Oprah co-hosted OWN’s first-ever Father’s Day special, “Honoring Our Kings.” Highlighted alongside their families was Dunwoody resident Kenneth Braswell, Sr., CEO of Fathers Incorporated (FI), for his three decades of working with fathers and their families.

Atlanta Nonprofit Partners with Internationally Known Visual Artist Honoring Black Fatherhood

Fathers Incorporated partners with Cbabi Bayoc celebrating ‘FatherhoodIsBrotherhood’ this Father’s Day ATLANTA (June 1, 2021)— In celebration of Father’s Day, Atlanta-based nonprofit, Fathers Incorporated has partnered with […]

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Fathers Incorporated’s Statement on behalf of HB 96

As HB 96 states in lines 13-17, FI supports the policy that “except in cases where there is evidence that either party engaged in abuse of the child, evidence of interspousal battery, or evidence of domestic abuse, there shall be a presumption, rebuttable by a preponderance of the evidence to the contrary, that a child’s interests are best served by equal or approximately equal parenting time with each parent.”

Fathers Incorporated Set to Launch Campaign for Young Black Fathers in Atlanta at Fatherhood Town Hall with Urban One

The FIB campaign will target fathers living in disadvantaged areas who are aged 18 – 40 with children ages 24 and under who reside in Metro Atlanta counties: Fulton County, DeKalb County, Gwinnett County, Cobb County, Clayton County, Henry County, and Rockdale County.

New Year Reflections for Black Love

Even a pair of 50-year-olds decided to become romantically involved after having been friends decades earlier. In this case, both had been married and divorced before moving back to town to help care for their aging parents.

National Fatherhood Agency Launches Research Institute To Examine Young Black Fathers

2020 marks the 55th Anniversary of the controversial 1965 Moynihan Report that argued that accelerating progress against poverty requires strengthening families in the United States—particularly through positively impacting Black men.