The Uncommon Man

February 11, 2009

THE BIGGEST FATHERHOOD RALLY OF THE DECADE!!!!!!!


"A NATIONAL RALLY FOR RESPONSIBLE FATHERHOOD ON BEHALF OF AMERICA'S CHILDREN: A CALL TO PERSONAL RESPONSIBILITY"

WHY A RESPONSIBLE FATHERHOOD RALLY?

In honor of the 100 Year Anniversary of Father's Day holiday in America, NPCL and other partner organizations have set out to make history. The plight of Fatherhood in America is at an all-time low, and millions of children across the country are suffering from shallow or non-existing relationships with their Fathers. On June 20th, 2009, Father's across the country will take a stand together for the future parents of America: OUR KIDS.

This summer, Father's across the nation will convene at the Lincoln Memorial in Washington, DC prepared to take an oath of dedication to their children and families to be RESPONSIBLE. In the words of Fatherhood expert, Dr. Jeffery M. Johnson, "When you are a Father, you are a Father for LIFE." Transcending stereotypes, past mistakes and present fears, NPCL, Guest Speakers and Dad's across the nation strive to encourage responsible fatherhood throughout the U.S. in a powerful and unforgettable way!

LINCOLN MEMORIAL in Washington, DC

The Date is Available! However, an official confirmation that the event will be held at the Lincoln will not be made known until March 2, 2009. Check back with this site in March for a listing of Rally Chairs and Co-Chairs in your state!

HOST A LOCAL RALLY IN YOUR STATE ON JUNE 20, 2009

The Lincoln Memorial in Washington is the pending location for the National Repsonsible Fatherhood Rally. However, not all who strive to attend will be able to travel to DC for this event. In states across the country, community members and Fatherhood organizations will convene to host a Local Fatherhood Rally within their state. Check back with this site in March 2009 for a listing of Rally Chairs and Co-Chairs in your state!

For more information, visit: http://www.npclstrongfamilies.com/New_Images___Text_Layout_5.html

Posted by Aaron Buford at February 11, 2009 09:49 AM

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