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Michigan Group Wants to Create Stronger Black Fathers

In an effort to help Black fathers get the tools they need to be the best parents possible, the Grand Rapids African-American Health Institute recently announced a new initiative, 24/7 Dad, that will focus on the importance for Black men to play an emotional and physical role in their child’s life. In group sessions with local men, participants will discuss co-parenting, health and communication, reported M-Live.com. The program was developed by the National Institute of Fatherhood.

 

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