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.
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
Wednesday, August 17, 2016 12:30 – 02:00 PM EDT August is Child Support Awareness Month. Register Here State and local child support offices are scheduling special events […]
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
A couple of weeks ago I found myself hearing the ghost of fatherhood past as my son had a mental meltdown because he and I were getting demolished by my wife and daughter in arcade games.
Fathers who model a healthy lifestyle can have a powerful and positive impact on the development and health of their children.
“Over the past two decades, fathers have become more involved in all aspects of their children’s lives,” says Kenneth Braswell, National Responsible Fatherhood Clearinghouse (NRFC) Director.
This year’s National Foster Care Month theme is “Honoring, Uniting, and Celebrating Families.”
“At some point in their life every man is vulnerable.”