“One father is more than a hundred schoolmasters.” 

~George Herbert

The PSA Fatherhood Involvement video below Cheerleader is my favorite on Fatherhood.

About Fatherhood.gov

Fatherhood.gov is a site for:

  • Dads looking for tips, hints and even deals for dads and kids – find them on the DadTalk Blog and in the “For Dads” corner
  • Fatherhood programs looking to get started or expand – check out the “For Programs” section
  • Researchers and policy makers looking for the latest on responsible fatherhood – check out our Library
  • and….
8 more PSA videos
There are 8 more PSA videos on Fatherhood on the site below.  I like them all.   Check out the one called REUNION(filmed live) and the one with Matt Lauer attempts to hide behind a picture frame for a game of Hide-And-Go-Seek.   Go to multimedia, then videos.   Fatherhood.Gov

The Power of a Barber: Empowering Dads and Changing Communities

May 29, 2014

The simplest tasks in life, many times, have the power to connect us with others and affect us the most. For example, finding more healthy affordable food options on a simple trip to the local grocery store can change your family’s diet for years to come.

If you’re a Dad, one of those simple yet powerful tasks is the trip to the barbershop. Whether you call it “getting your ears trimmed” or “getting a line up,” the simple experience of visiting this community institution can have a powerful and positive impact on your life.

Barbers Using Their Power Positively
When Dads, sons, and families visit the barbershop there’s always a lot of “buzz” going on. From chatter about the latest sports events to recaps about recent news, jobs, or other community happenings, barbershops have always been where communities have powerful conversations. This makes the role of barber and shop owner a very powerful one in communities.  To read the entire article,go to:  Dad Talk Blog

It’s not 1960: Being a dad looks different now

Happy Father’s Day!