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Status: Code Blue - Addressing the Mental Health and Resiliency of Black Fathers
The "Status: Code Blue - Addressing the Mental Health and Resiliency of Black Fathers" report was recently launched, drawing attention to the mental health needs of Black fathers.
Beyond Silence and Violence: Engaging Men in Advocacy Against and Prevention of Domestic Violence
Fathers Incorporated is dedicated to eradicating violence of any kind, but recognizes in order to effectively “respond,” we must first change and expand the conversation around domestic violence if we are to ensure safe and loving family environments.
Georgia State Legitimation, Father Engagement and Youth Academic Outcomes
LEGITIMATION is a law that determines the legal status of non-married fathers in relationship to his child.
Mental Health Matters: Why Black Dad’s Positive Mental Health is Good for Youth Academic Outcomes
Fatherhood Research Institute Issues White Paper Informing Educators on Father’s Mental Health and Educational Outcomes for Their Black and Brown Students
Moynihan Report Revisited
A State of the Union Declaration and Revising the Moynihan Report
The Experiences and Needs of Atlanta’s Young NPU-V Fathers: An Exploratory Study
The Neighborhood Planning Unit V (NPU-V) community is a historically urban, Black community in the greater Atlanta Metropolitan area.
Fathers, Social Justice and Youth Educational Outcomes
Studies are clear that Black males face a myriad of social justice issues in the United States.
Examining the Real Dads Read Programs: Barbers’ and Fathers’ Reflections and Experiences
The purpose of this study is to examine the implementation of a barbershop book-sharing/literacy-focused program, Real Dads Read.
Screening for Depression in African-American Churches
Substantial racial/ethnic disparities exist in the identification and management of major depression. Faith-Based Health Promotion interventions reduce disparities in health screenings for numerous medical conditions.
Address key issues affecting Black families in general and implied by Moynihan’s report by examining Black fatherhood in the 21st century