Friday, June 4, 2010


Atty. Jeffery Leving and Comedians Eddie Griffin & Tony Sculfield Appearing

Fathers Who Care is presenting its 10th Annual Expo For Today’s Man on Saturday, June 5, 9:00 AM-3:00 PM, at Malcolm X College, 1900 West Van Buren Street. Theme for this year’s Expo is: Fathers United to Empower Our Families – Where Do We Go From Here?
    Admission to this event is free and features an array of workshops on family-building, finance, relationships, legal rights, offender re-entry, and other issues, led by experts. A free health screening and information fair is provided.
    Attorney Jeffery Leving, crusader for fathers’ rights, will conduct a symposium and comedians Eddie Griffin and Tony Sculfield will make appearances.
    The mission of Fathers Who Care is to educate and empower low-income fathers and their families in the areas of responsible fatherhood involvement, healthy relationships, offender re-entry opportunities, men’s health, community empowerment, and social justice.
    Rev. Walter Jones, Jr., founder and Executive Director of Fathers Who Care, explains the goals of this year’s Expo, saying: “Real men must attend so they can become Rejuvenated, Revitalized, and Spiritually Uplifted in their roles as leaders of their families and communities.”
    Sponsors of this year’s Fathers Who Care Expo For Today’s Man are: Illinois Department of Human Services, Illinois Department of Children & Family Services, Illinois Department of Public Health BASUAH, Fathers’ Rights and, Illinois Department of Healthcare & Family Services, U.S. Representative Danny K. Davis (IL-7), Malcolm X College, Senator Rickey Hendon, and Senator Kimberly A. Lightford. For information on this Expo and services provided by Fathers Who Care, call 773/638-2052.

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