Empowering Fathers: A Conversation on Emotional Vulnerability and Responsible Fatherhood with James Worthy
James Worthy, not to be confused with the basketball legend, is an advocate for responsible fatherhood. However, the tale he unfurled was deeply personal.
His work extends beyond the individual to the systemic. Leving’s radio show, where he imparts valuable legal insights to a broader audience, is a testament to this fact.
By providing daily affirmations tailored to the experiences of Black fathers, “Strength of the Father” encourages a regular, transformative dialogue with the self.
Unlocking the Transformative Power of Fatherhood: The Impact of the Million Fathers March 2023 on Education and Family Engagement
The Million Fathers March is more than an event; it’s a transformative movement. It’s a collective rallying cry to fathers, father figures, and male role models across the country—and now, even around the world—to step forward and engage deeply in the education and lives of our children.
Heidi Murkoff is a name that many parents—particularly mothers—recognize instantly. Known primarily for her “What to Expect” book series, she has long been a beacon for parents navigating the often tumultuous seas of pregnancy and early childhood.
Congressman Jimmy Gomez, a representative from California, stands as a testament to the evolving role of fathers and their increasing prominence in societal and legislative spheres.
The Congressional Dads Caucus, the ‘State of America’s Fathers 2023’ report, the Black Maternal Health Momnibus Act, the Father’s Day Resolution, and the Enhanced Child Tax Credit
Fathers Incorporated’s Unwavering Commitment to Mental Health: Code Blue Campaign and the Milestone Report
The Code Blue Campaign was initiated to provide a clarion call to action, drawing attention to the urgent need to prioritize the mental health of black fathers.
United in Grief and Purpose: A Call to Action for Improved Black Maternal Health in Honor of Tori Bowie
It is unconscionable that Black mothers are 3 to 4 times more likely to die from pregnancy-related complications than their white counterparts. This is not just a public health crisis; it is a moral imperative that calls for our collective action.
Homelessness is a complex issue that affects individuals of all ages, genders, and backgrounds. In Atlanta, Georgia, certain demographics are more likely to experience homelessness than others.
Gentle Warriors Academy, under the stewardship of Fathers Incorporated, is inspired by these remarkable men who are shaping the next generation of leaders, inventors, thinkers, and dreamers.
We are humbled and inspired by this monumental effort and express our sincerest gratitude to Congressman Johnson and Congressman Ferguson for their dedication to the cause.
As we approach Mother’s Day, Fathers Incorporated would like to take a moment to celebrate and appreciate the incredible women who have touched our lives.