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BLACK
FATHERHOOD LEGACY

BLACK FATHERHOOD LEGACY PODCAST 

With hosts Jay Cortez Thomas and Dwayne Wilson III.

BFL Podcast episodes are released monthly! BFL conversations are hosted by Black fathers for Black fathers. 
 

Streaming on all major podcast platforms!

and on our YouTube channel!

S1 E1: Real Manhood Vs Stereotypes

S1 E2: Our take on Real Manhood

S1 E3: Historical Discipline in the Black Home - Guest: DJ Redmond, Father & Basketball Coach

S1 E 4: Discipline - What We Do vs What Our Parents Did? - Guest: DJ Redmond, Father & Basketball Coach

S1 E5: Representation Matters “A Look Back 90’s and Early 2000’s”

S1 E6: Representation Matters "We Have Work to Do"

S1 E7: “Mental Health" - How to Deal with Stress and the Stigma of Mental Health in the Black Community? - Guest: Saloome Muhammad, Father & Founder of Fishing for Understanding

S1 E8: "Mental Health"  - What Does Owning our Own Mental Health Look Like? - Guest: Saloome Muhammad, Father & Founder of Fishing for Understanding

S1 E9: Miscarriages & Stillbirth From The Father's Perspective - Guest: David Huff, Father

ABOUT BLACK FATHERHOOD LEGACY

Black men in Fresno have a strong desire to provide comfort, support for their partners and families and play a role model for their babies 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. 

Interested in getting involved?

Do you have a topic of interest as a new and expectant father that you would like to explore with other Black men? Do you have an activity or hobby you think would be a way to engage with other Black fathers and families? 

 

Send us your ideas and/or questions HERE.

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BLACK FATHERHOOD STORIES

WHAT IS YOUR BLACK FATHERHOOD LEGACY? 

Send your story to us by emailing

kata@black-enterprises.com

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.

  • View the midterm Fatherhood Report HERE

  • The closing Fatherhood Report HERE

This research was funded by USCF-PTBi. 

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