The evaluation will also examine how barbershops can be used as a local resource to increase parental access to high quality children’s literature.
To help you slam dunk your choices, keep reading our list. It’ll give you a selection of modern books and classics that will work for your daughter whether she’s in pre-school or high school.
Imaginary black children remain almost as marginalised as real ones, at least in mainstream publishing. In literature, as in life, the belief that children are valuable, vulnerable and in need of protection has mostly been denied to black children in the United States.
Fathers Incorporated Promoting the Importance of Reading and Fatherhood Engagement Atlanta, GA—June 7, 2017–Fathers Incorporated, the leading national non-profit for the promotion of Responsible Fatherhood, launched the […]
by Asia Ashley McDONOUGH— A McDonough barbershop has united behind the “Real Dads Read” initiative headed by nonprofits Fathers Incorporated and Furthering Fatherhood in efforts to encourage […]
This month we’re delighted to have Kenneth Braswell, Sr., Executive Director of Fathers Incorporated and Director of the National Responsible Fatherhood Clearinghouse, as our guest blogger. We invited him […]
“Real Dads Read” Launches in Atlanta Barbershops to Engage Men/Fathers in Reading with Their Children
Official Launch Event at Metropolitan Library on Saturday, March 11th at 10am Atlanta, GA—March 9, 2017–Fathers Incorporated, the leading national non-profit for the promotion of Responsible Fatherhood, […]