Calling all Fathers, Stepfathers, Uncles, Grandfathers, Big Brothers, Male caregivers
Do you realize what it would mean to your child to have you there on the first day of school?
Monday August 22, join the Million Father March in Washington, DC
Take your kids to school … Leave an impression and be an example.
Your decision to take a few hours out of your day will make a difference in your child’s spirit and show
the world how important your child is to you.
One Day makes a World of Difference
Join the movement in 700 cities to be a positive force in records number this month.
August 22 MEN LEAD THE WAY. Take your child back to school.
WHAT TO DO:
Sun., Aug. 21 -
POP RALLY – to get us pumped, network and unwind before the big first day.
MARTINS Restaurant and Lounge 1919 9th St. 2pm-6pm
Mon, Aug. 22 -
Wear a plain White T shirt (signifier to Million Father March)
Take your child to school
Take a few minutes to Meet their teachers and principal
visit our MILLION FATHER MARCH DC FACEBOOK page to click “I’m Attending” and check in on the EVENT WALL – Let us know what school(s) you are taking your kid(s)
DADDYSCOOL.COM and RETURNING CITIZENS UNITED are officially registered to bring the Million Father March to DC. Our partners include: 100 Fathers, Inc., Serenity Inc., Alliance of Concerned Men, Captain Fly. MORE partners to be announced. TO be a partner to get the word out CONTACT: Mike Tucker email@example.com 202.487.6453 or Yango Sawyer 202.270.1098
The 2011 Million Father March is managed by The Black Star Project, U.S.A. and sponsored by the Schott Foundation for Public Information, in partnership with the National PTA and the National Fatherhood Initiative. Also visit our website at www.blackstarproject.org to bring the Million Father March.
** The Black Star Project, U.S.A. is sponsoring the Million Father March 2011 on the first-day-of-school in nearly 700 cities across America. Started in 2006, the Million Father March has become a special day that fathers and men use to make a commitment to their children, their families, their communities and their country with their dynamic presence at a school.