ABOUT BLACK FATHERHOOD LEGACY
Black men in Fresno have a strong desire to provide comfort and support for their partners and families. They want to be role models for their children and other men in the community.
BLACK Fatherhood Legacy (BFL) was created by Black fathers for Black fathers to come together and support each other in an authentic and unapologetic way.
JOIN OUR NEXT MEET-UP
Our 2023 monthly meet-ups are open for sign up. Join at any time throughout the rest of the year.
Look forward to:
Monthly hang-outs & topics
Support & resources
To sign up email: email@example.com
2023 MEET-UP SCHEDULE
Early December (tbd)
Location and dates are subject to change.
Contact Jay Cortez-Thomas at firstname.lastname@example.org for the most current information.
Jay Cortez-Thomas is a father, business owner and committed community member. Since the start of BLACK Fatherhood Legacy, Jay has supported, promoted, and facilitated the program.
Jay leads the meet-ups for BFL and guides the topics. He is dedicated to making BFL a space for dads to thrive.
BLACK FATHERHOOD STORIES
BLACK FATHERHOOD LEGACY REPORTS
Title: An evaluation of a doula-informed pilot workshop to strengthen paternal involvement during pregnancy among Black fathers in Fresno, CA.
The report summarizes our work and offers California stakeholders implementing Perinatal Equity Initiative (PEI) Fatherhood programs evidence to improve program delivery to Black men.
This research was funded by USCF-PTBi.