family development

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What Does Being a Father Mean to You? The Proud Poppas Photo Project

“inspiring testimony of their own personal pride of being an active father and participant in their children’s upbringing and development. Continue reading

We Do NOT need Feminism via @CharMeLoDi

Published on Sep 4, 2014 My Twitter https://twitter.com/CharMeLoDi My Website http://charbie.com/ My Podcast http://hannibalisatthegate.com/ @GynicBlossom Conception Astrology Blog http://astrologybyconception.wordpres… Feminism was funded by the patriarchy http://www.reddit.com/r/TheRedPill/co… The REAL sexism going on in the western world http://www.realsexism.com/ This man tells his chilling story of divorce rape http://www.the-spearhead.com/2012/04/… Feminism turns women into maternal prostitutes and johns. http://sunshinemaryandthedragon.wordp… … Continue reading

Brockton Fatherhood Program works to help men overcome challenges

For the men in the Brockton Area Fatherhood Program it’s not about being the perfect dad, said probation officer Randy Horton, 54, a father of three, who has run the program for the past 14 years. “The whole premise, and what I tell the men, is to be the best father that they can be,” … Continue reading

Rebuilding Our Youth’s Sense of Self-Worth.

We have to re-adjust our children’s appreciation and value meters. Today’s youth are deeply entranced with meaningless material things. They will do almost anything to get them, lieing, even robbing, stealing and hurting themselves and other people for garbage like this. Many of our children and a few of our adults have more appreciation and … Continue reading

Real Men Read in Brooklyn

Proud Poppas United joined the Teunis G. Bergen Elementary School (P.S. 9) for the 4th Annual Real Men Read Day. It’s been recognized thru a nationwide data, male students are not making the types of gains in their reading and literacy skills that female students are making. So the staff and volunteers of P.S. 9 hosts … Continue reading

Proud Poppas United talk with Dr. Umar Abdullah-Johnson

Proud Poppas United meet with Psychologist & Educator, Dr. Umar Abdullah-Johnson to get his view on the current absent father epidemic in the black communities. PPU: What are your thoughts on the current “absent father” epidemic? Is it a problem that is inherited or programmed into our family structure? PPU: How important is it for … Continue reading

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