The Value of Black Fathers
The aim is to educate the community on reasons to honor good fathers and to promote celebrating them for what they contribute to their children, their families, and their communities while correcting the myth that Black Fatherhood is dead.
Watch the recording of this informative webinar sponsored by the Ohio Commission on Fatherhood.
Extra: Review the report that provides a portrait of Black men as active contributors to the care economy—discussing what they do, how they experience care work, the barriers that make it difficult to provide care, and recommendations for supportive policies. Click here to go to the report.
Dads Discussion Group – STARTS TUESDAY!
Starts on August 31st – Sign up today to get your FREE Book and Study Guide
When: Weekly on Tuesdays | 7:00 pm to 8:00 pm |
August 31 through November 24, 2021
Where: COhatch Corner Room, Downtown Springfield
Discussion Group Leaders:
Facilitated by Pastor Eli Williams, author of Father Love – The Powerful Resource Every Child Needs
Co-facilitated by James Cooper, author of Still Standing – A Life of Pain, Adversity and Perseverance.