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IF YOU COULD ASK YOUR ABSENT FATHER ONE QUESTION... WHAT WOULD IT BE?
"WHY DID MY DADDY LEAVE?"

 ATLANTA, GA-July 20,  The Fatherless Generation Foundation will delve into the age old question of “Why Did My Daddy Leave?” in a panel discussion with the intent of hearing the fathers perspective.

So often the conversation surrounding fatherlessness focuses on the plight of the single mom or the absentee  father’s whereabouts, ignoring the emotions of the child who has been left feeling rejected and abandoned. During “Why Did My Daddy Leave?“ we will hit at the very heart of the fatherless epidemic by talking with the ones at its forefront… THE FATHERS!

For this event our fathers include Shawn Lovings as our Moderator and Okeeba Jubalo, DuJuan Paxton and Attorney Michael Rothenberg as our Panelists. 

Join us on August 4, 2012 from 12pm-3pm at Gordon Biersch in Buckhead for the unprecedented discussion. 

For more information or interviews surrounding this event please contact The Fatherless Generation Foundation Inc., at  404-343-8490 or email thefatherlessgeneration@gmail.com

WHO WE ARE: The Fatherless Generation Foundation (FGF) is a non-profit organization based in Atlanta, Georgia deliberately designed to repair the broken places the fatherless experience created!  FGF has embarked on a campaign that not only heals, but gives a voice to a generation silenced by an absent father and emotionally wrecked by rejection and abandonment.  FGF provides services and programming permitting the fatherless to heal from their “fatherless experience,” such as Peer Groups, Husband & Wife Team Mentors, Tutoring and Single Parent Support Group.  Most importantly, FGF is actively engaged in the mission of re-engaging biological fathers back into the lives of their children through our "Commitment to Fatherhood" mediation process.

http://www.pitchengine.com/cihinetworkinc/if-you-could-ask-your-absent-father-one-question-what-would-it-be

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