For Fatherhood Research and Policy

The Moynihan Institute for Research and Policy will look to provide descriptive and explanatory research and policy positions on issues that impact Black families from the perspective of fathers.

Visit our Resource Library to learn more.


Advisory Board of the Moynihan Institute

Dr- Jeffery-Shears

Dr. Jeffrey Shears

Co-Chair, Moynihan Institute Learn More →
Dr. Stacey Bouchet

Dr. Stacey Bouchet

Co-Chair, Moynihan Institute Learn More →
Cassandra Bolar, Ph.D, MFT

Dr. Cassandra Bolar

Jeffrey R. Gardere

Dr. Jeffrey R. Gardere

Dr. Sidney Hankerson

Dr. Sidney Hankerson


Dr. Janice Kelly

Dr. Janice Kelly

David Miller, MSW

David Miller, M.Ed.

Armon R. Perry

Dr. Armon R. Perry

Dr. Matisa Wilbon

Dr. Matisa Wilbon

Dr. Gerry White

Dr. Gerry White

video- play-image

The Moynihan Report: Revisited

In order to impact poverty in the Black Community, policy changes should focus on strengthening families, especially Black men and fathers.

In 2015, Fathers Incorporated revisited the 1965 U.S. Department of Labor report, The Negro Family: The Case for National Action, more commonly known as the “Moynihan Report.”

Visit Our Resource Library →

If Black fathers are lifted up, Black families will be stronger!


See Our Vision
Support Us!