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Fatherhood, discussing current issues that men deal with on a daily basis relating to the family structure as a husband, father & mentor. Also special guests, authors, organizations and events surrounding our community with positive change.

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Discussion around making art prominent iin the family, tapping into your creative side. With Special Guest Def Jam & Nuyorican Cafe Poet and friend to Furthering Fathering, Brother Kraal Kayo Charles,

Chime in as we discuss how music can bridge the gap within the family and create harmony. Everything happens in an atmosphere, see how music can be used as a positive contributor.

Teams, groups and families win or lose, rise or fall, increase or decrease based on the leader's preparation, decisions, strategy and instructions. What habits have we developed to lead our family? Join the conversation. Give us... more

Our 2016 Theme is Perfecting Appreciation which means to not only grow in righteous maturity as we increase thanksgiving to GOD but also to increase in value as we seek to mature by appreciating the process, viewing life through... more

We are beat up by every segment of the population. Our choices matter but it is hard to get things done when we are only complaining about the problems. How we can stay focused, plan for success and carry it out? Let's TALK!

Furthering Fathering Radio with Special Guest Heath Broughton, Founder and COO of Man in the Mirror Youth Consulting Services in Long Island, New York. Listen in as he shares his passion of servicing and strengthening his community.

Special Guest: JASON GREENE Get to know the husband, father, blogger and one unique hat he wears that we'll talk about..

Hot Topics Concerning Fathering That May Be Uncomfortable To Discuss With Your Child. It's not everyday as a dad that you're blind-sided with those questions that require some thought, approach and comback that your child is waiting for... more

"It is what it is" is a statement of peace and acceptance so a dad can move forward despite setbacks. It can also be a statement that enough is enough. Tune it as we share more...
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