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by Willie L. Barber
Download Strong Fathers, Strong Children, Strong Families, and Strong Communities fb2
Sociology
  • Author:
    Willie L. Barber
  • ISBN:
    093176162X
  • ISBN13:
    978-0931761621
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  • Publisher:
    Beckham Publications Group (March 7, 2008)
  • Pages:
    92 pages
  • Subcategory:
    Sociology
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    4.2
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Willie L. Barber points out in Strong Fathers, Strong Children, Strong Families, and Strong Communities, that our nation faces a grave problem. Too few fathers are in the homes and in the lives of our children. Drawing from his readings; from direct contact with fathers, children, and families, from attending conferences, and from his experiences as the first state-wide director of responsible fatherhood programs for Maryland, Dr. Barber offers critical advice and support for fathers and individuals working with fathers. He understands that being a father is one of the most sacred and important roles that a man undertakes.

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This film wisely refrains from taking sides (. "The courts are biased against dads/moms") but leaves us with the indelible impression that if we don't wish to leave a child behind we need to not leave a parent behind. Dr. Warren Farrell, co-author (with John Gray) of The Boy Crisis. org/Thank you Warren Farrell for being a part of our screening in San Fransisco. Stronger Families & Stronger Children Build Stronger Communities. November 12 at 9:10 AM ·.

Strong Fathers, Strong Daughters: 10 Secrets Every Father Should Know is a 2007 parenting book by pediatric doctor Meg Meeker, MD. The book seeks to provide guidance to fathers on raising their daughters. Meeker argues that "fathers, more than anyone else, set the course for a daughter's life

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Dr. Willie L. Barber points out in Strong Fathers, Strong Children, Strong Families, and Strong Communities, that our nation faces a grave problem. Too few fathers are in the homes and in the lives of our children. In an increasingly dangerous and unpredictable world, the absence of positive, caring and nurturing fathers adds to the insecurity of children and to the rise in both family and community instability. Drawing from his readings; from direct contact with fathers, children, and families, from attending conferences, and from his experiences as the first state-wide director of responsible fatherhood programs for Maryland, Dr. Barber offers critical advice and support for fathers and individuals working with fathers. He understands that being a father is one of the most sacred and important roles that a man undertakes. Dr. Barber sees Strong Fathers, Strong Children, Strong Families, and Strong Communities, as a wake-up call for men to fulfill their responsibilities as fathers.