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.
Therefore, it came as no surprise when the participants in Black Love Matters: Authentic Men’s Voices on Marriages and Romantic Relationships offered some insight into how the gifts of reciprocity, empathy and grace have benefitted their relationships.
For many of us, the holidays are a time to be close to significant others and romantic partners. Whether we are getting cozy by a fire or meeting under the mistletoe, there is just something about the days getting shorter and the weather getting colder that makes many of us long for intimacy and companionship.
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.
Fathers Incorporated Receives $5M Grant to Provide Direct Responsible Fatherhood Services in Metro Atlanta
Fathers Incorporated has received a $5M grant to provide Responsible Fatherhood Services in Metro Atlanta from the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (Office of Family Assistance).
The Moynihan Institute for Research and Policy will look to provide descriptive explanatory research and policy positions on issues that impact Black families from the perspective of fathers.
Fathers Incorporated Releases Report Addressing Poverty and the Challenges of Inclusion 55 Years After the Moynihan Report
The Blueprint: Reimagining the Narrative of the Modern Black Father Report Addresses Many of the Issues Highlighted in the Moynihan Report Providing Insights Into Diversity & Inclusion Methodologies
Examining the Fathers Incorporated’s Real Dads Read Program: Barbers’ and Fathers’ Reflections and Experiences
The Fathers Incorporated’s Real Dads Read program places little libraries in barbershops to encourage fathers to read to their children while they wait for a haircut.
APS POLICE DEPARTMENT PARTNERS WITH FATHERS INCORPORATED’S ‘REAL DADS READ’ MOBILE SUMMER READING INITIATIVE
The APS Police Department and Fathers Incorporated will roll out “Real Dads Read” mobile units providing reading materials to children in various Atlanta neighborhoods.