Finding ways to take time to be a Dad

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What are you planning to do with your family this weekend? Or next weekend? Or the weekend after that? Coordinating schedules and managing our time is a […]

Fathers Incorporated Partnered with COSEBOC to Advance Reading for Boys of Color

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On Monday, May 16, 2016 at Tougaloo College the Coalition of Schools Educating Boys of Color (www.coseboc.org), a national education organization focusing on increasing academic outcomes for […]

The Benefits of Young Children Playing Pretend

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“Play is often talked about as if it were a relief from serious learning. But for children, play is serious learning. Play is really the work of […]

National Foster Care Month Promotes Positive Connections Between Fathers and Their Children

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The 2016 theme for the Children’s Bureau’s National Foster Care Month is “Honoring, Uniting, and Celebrating Families.” This year’s theme highlights the important benefits to children and […]

Greater Resources Needed for Incarcerated Families

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Written by Frederick A. Davie, M.Div. As a relatively young program officer at the Ford Foundation early in my career I made a visit to Sing Sing I […]

Four Fun Ways to Celebrate Mother’s Day

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On Mother’s Day, many fathers seek ways to honor the mothers of their children. Great fatherhood includes being great partners.

5 Ways to Express Thankfulness to your Children’s Mom

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Mothers have a pretty thankless job. They are the backbone of the family—the glue that holds it together so to speak. Single moms especially are generally overworked […]

Helping Dad’s Transition Back Home

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by Carol Mizoguchi, Family Assistance Program Specialist, U.S. Department of Health and Human Services; Division of the Office of Family Assistance In addition to the obstacles that […]

Fatherhood, Incarceration, Reentry, Children with Incarcerated Parents

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On any given day in America, it is estimated that more than 1.7 million children under 18 years old have a parent incarcerated in a state (52%) or federal prison (63%)—91% of all incarcerated parents are fathers.