Fatherhood

February 5, 2016

For Steph Curry, Basketball is a Family Affair

Wardell Stephen “Steph” Curry II  is an American professional basketball player for the Golden State Warriors of the National BasketballRead more →

June 17, 2015

Fatherhood on The Find A Way to Make A Way Show

On the next episode of The “FIND A WAY to MAKE A WAY” Show, in honor of Fathers Day, HaroldRead more →

June 8, 2015

A Mother Finds Men Who Are Committed to Youth

Baltimore, MD – Park Heights Section “I brought my niece and my son out to this anti-violence demonstration today soRead more →

June 1, 2015

Join From Fatherless to Fatherhood

As Father’s Day approaches, and on the heels of our recent trip to Baltimore, Maryland, we invite you to enjoyRead more →

May 26, 2015

LeBron James Celebrates with his Wife and Sons

LEBRON JAMES, HIS WIFE & SONS CELEBRATE  JAMES’ RETURN TO THE NBA FINALS The Cavaliers overwhelmed the Hawks, and itRead more →

November 10, 2014

Father & Son Imitate DMX

Post by DMX. Playing is one of the most important things you can do with your child. The time youRead more →

November 7, 2014

Leah Still Watches Dad Play First NFL Game

CINCINNATI — The star of the Browns–Bengals game Thursday night was Leah Still, the courageous 4-year-old daughter of Cincinnati defensiveRead more →

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For Steph Curry, Basketball is a Family Affair

Stephen Curry Passes His Father, Dell, On the NBA's All-Time Made Three-Pointers List

Wardell Stephen “Steph” Curry II  is an American professional basketball player for the Golden State Warriors of the National Basketball Association (NBA). He is considered by some to be the greatest shooter in NBA history. Curry won the 2015 NBA Most Valuable Player (MVP) award and is a three-time NBA All-Star.

He’s also the son of former NBA player Dell Curry and older brother of current NBA player Seth. He played college basketball for Davidson. There, he was twice named Southern Conference Player of the Year and set the all-time scoring record for both Davidson and the Southern Conference. During his sophomore year, he also set the single-season NCAA record for three-pointers made.

Check out E:60’s profile as it reveals his story, and that of fatherhood and family.

 

 

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Sean “P.Diddy” Combs Reflects on His Father

Sean “P.Diddy” Combs reflects on his father, and the ways his father’s presence, death and absence have inspired him.

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Fatherhood on The Find A Way to Make A Way Show

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On the next episode of The “FIND A WAY to MAKE A WAY” Show, in honor of Fathers Day, Harold S. Reed, Jr. dedicates the show to discussing what it is to be a father. The lines will be open for fathers to call in and share their insights and advice and for everyone else to give their dads a special shout out as well! We’ll be there and so should YOU!!

Be sure to tune and/or log in http://www.bks1radio.com/

Chill in the Chat Room or CALL IN! (646) 233-1302

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A Mother Finds Men Who Are Committed to Youth

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Baltimore, MD – Park Heights Section

“I brought my niece and my son out to this anti-violence demonstration today so they could see we are strongest when we are united. Most of all I want my four year old son to see older men who are committed to younger people, and defy many stereotypes. It’s good to know there are men who can provide an example of what my son can grow to be.” – Jasmine

 

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Join From Fatherless to Fatherhood

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As Father’s Day approaches, and on the heels of our recent trip to Baltimore, Maryland, we invite you to enjoy our photo series that explores manhood, fatherhood and community. Be sure to tell us what authentic fatherhood means and looks like to you, as well as sharing your thoughts with those who matter the most to you.

We’re also making our award-winning film, FROM FATHERLESS TO FATHERHOOD, available for free streaming. It’s a great gift to purchase or share with anyone you believe will benefit from it.

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LeBron James Celebrates with his Wife and Sons

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LEBRON JAMES, HIS WIFE & SONS CELEBRATE  JAMES’ RETURN TO THE NBA FINALS

The Cavaliers overwhelmed the Hawks, and it was hardly a game from the opening tip. Cleveland grabbed an early lead, took a 24-14 advantage late in the first quarter and cruised to an easy sweep. It is Cleveland’s first trip to the Finals since 2007, and LeBron James’ fifth consecutive Finals appearance. He joins a list of former Boston Celtics players to reach five consecutive Finals, but he is just the first to do it with different teams.

A LeBron James series: James had 23 points, nine rebounds and seven assists, and for the four-game series, he averaged 30.1 points, 11 rebounds and 9.3 assists.

 

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Father & Son Imitate DMX

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Post by DMX.

Playing is one of the most important things you can do with your child. The time you spend playing together gives your child lots of different ways and times to learn. It also helps your child:

build confidence
feel loved, happy and safe
develop social skills, language and communication
learn about caring for others and the environment
develop physical skills
connect and refine pathways in her brain.

Your child will love playing with you, but sometimes he might prefer to play by himself and won’t need so much hands-on play from you. He might just want you to give him ideas and let him know how his play and games are going. Also, the way your child plays will change as he gets older.

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Leah Still Watches Dad Play First NFL Game

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CINCINNATI — The star of the BrownsBengals game Thursday night was Leah Still, the courageous 4-year-old daughter of Cincinnati defensive tackle Devon Still.

Fans at Paul Brown Stadium roared between the first and second quarters as the Bengals honored Leah, who’s battling Stage 4 pediatric cancer.

The Bengals announced a $1.3 million donation to Cincinnati’s Children’s Hospital and Medical Center in Leah’s name, and the giant video screen played a montage of Leah and Devon set to the song “Brave” by Sara Bareilles.

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Andrew Weber/USA TODAY SportsLeah Still watched her father, Devon, play for the first time live since he debuted in the NFL in 2012.

The Browns won the game 24-3, and Devon had three total tackles.

“I would describe it as an emotional roller coaster,” he said afterward. “Seeing my daughter in the pregame with all the excitement and then seeing her on the field receiving the check and just seeing the joy in her face, I was just so proud of the perseverance she showed to raise that money.”

Leah’s story has touched millions through social media. She wore a bedazzled Still jersey and a pink-flowered headband while flanked by family members in a suite pregame.

On a night filled with touching moments, Browns quarterback Brian Hoyer made a point to embrace Devon Still during the ceremony.

“Being a parent myself, I couldn’t imagine what he’s going through, especially how demanding this job is,” Hoyer told NFL Network after the game when asked what he told Still. “That gives you goose bumps. I just went over and told him I respect him and I pray for his daughter and him and hope everything gets better.”

After the ceremony, Leah’s grandmother carried her off the field and through the tunnel, where she was emotional.

“Because everybody loves you,” the grandmother was overheard saying to Leah, minutes after chants of “Leah, Leah” trumpeted through parts of the stadium.

“Seeing her picture on the scoreboard made me emotional, but somehow I was able to play the game,” Devon Still said. “The most emotional I got was when I looked up and saw her and Lauren Hill and saw they got a chance to meet.”

A member of the family said of Leah as the group was walking toward the elevators and back to the suite: “She’s taking it all in. She’s been really into it.”

Fans, TV producers and even local police donned a No. 75 patch or jersey in honor of Still. Devon Still wrote “Leah Strong” on his eye black strips.

Leah took a selfie with the Bengals cheerleaders in pregame:

She watched her father play live for the first time since he debuted in the NFL in 2012 as a second-round pick of the Bengals.

Leah is battling neuroblastoma, a rare childhood cancer that typically has a 50-50 chance for survival. Surgery to remove a cancerous tumor from her abdomen was considered successful, but rounds of radiation, chemotherapy and stem-cell treatments await her before doctors can determine whether she’s cancer-free.

ESPN.com Browns reporter Coley Harvey and The Associated Press contributed to this report.

 

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