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    New Ground Breaking Work That’s Changing the Fate of Fatherless Girls and Women

    Columbia, SC - A female who grows up with an unattached, unavailable or absent father will encounter numerous negative outcomes throughout her life as she becomes an adult. On October 27-28, in Columbia, SC, Fatherless Daughter Advocate, Angela Carr Patterson aims to change this. Through her momentous work, The Journey to Being Process™ Train-the-Trainer program, Angela will certify and train individuals and organizations on how to help women and girls move past the negative effects of fatherlessness.

    We all have a natural father, yet when the term fatherless is utilized, it implies that the father figure is simply not present in the girl’s life. Maybe he has passed away or have fled altogether. Perhaps he’s physically present, however, not mindful, attentive and caring towards his daughter. It is difficult to adapt to being fatherless. As humans, we need to be adored, protected, and loved by the individuals who brought us into life.

    A larger number of females are fatherless than you can envision. A recent study from Lisa Mancini and Professor Briggs says: “As the divorce rate in the United States climbs to almost 50 percent, fathers seem to be disappearing from their daughters’ lives. Research shows that girls and young women who have an unstable father figure are more liable to have unplanned pregnancy, low-self-esteem, high school and college drop-out, poverty, divorce and sexually promiscuous behavior.”

    What’s more, on account of that, women and girls experience life, having issues in their relationships, work, and emotional imbalance.

    Angela Carr Patterson is on a mission to help girls and women redefine and rewrite their lives beyond their fatherlessness.

    Her ground breaking work, “The Journey to Being Process™”, is based on a conviction and belief that a Fatherless Daughter’s Core issue is the result of a mis-placed sense of identity and an extreme yearning to be loved, validated and accepted.

    Angela’s “The Journey to Being Process™” structure expresses the following: We get our identity through our paternal relationship and connection. What’s more, when this neglects to happen, as fatherless women/girls, we spend our entire lives trying to discover ourselves and search for love through paths, relationships and behaviors that don’t serve us. Not understanding that our pain will NEVER HEAL, until we heal our mis-placed sense of identity.

    The foundation of this ground breaking work, focuses on helping women and girls do three things: 1) Redefine who they are past their fatherlessness; 2) Reclaim their self-worth and actualize the power of self-love; 3) Rewrite a new narrative for their lives and create a clear vision for their future.

    “My central goal is to ignite a generation of Fatherless Daughter Advocates who will facilitate and implement workshops/programs that will absolutely change the lives of the women and girls within their communities,” says Angela.

    “The Journey to Being Process™”, is a 2 day prepare the-coach system, that will provide training and ongoing support to help individuals and organizations lead “The Journey to Being Process™” in a workshop format or as an on-going project that will go beyond teaching skills to becoming a life transforming experience for both the women and girls that they serve.

    To learn more about how you can you or your organization can participate in the next training, contact Angela at or log onto:

    About Angela Carr Patterson
    Angela Carr Patterson is the CEO and President of Oasis Promotions, LLC, and Personal and Professional Development Company dedicated to building and promoting “New Inspired Female Leaders” for transformation and change in the workplace, the community, the media, and the world. Carr Patterson is a speaker, author, trainer, media personality, global life strategist, and founder of The Fatherless Daughters Network.

    Throughout the years, Carr Patterson has worked with fatherless girls and women from around the world. Many of her clients live in the United States, Kenya, Switzerland, Sweden, Canada, London and India. She recognizes fatherlessness is a global issue for women and girls that must be addressed and she aims to do just that.

    To contact Angela Carr Patterson about her next scheduled “Journey to Being Process™” training: or call 803-920-6853.


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    National Family Partnership Announces Red Ribbon Week® Photo Contest

    $20,000 In School Prizes To Be Awarded To Top Entries Highlighting 2015 Theme: Respect Yourself. Be Drug Free

    September 24, 2015­ In an effort to prevent drug use and educate youth, the National Family Partnership (NFP), invites families and schools across America to participate in its 5thAnnual National Red Ribbon Week Photo Contest. The contest, which is co-sponsored by the DEA, will be held in conjunction with the 30thAnnual Red Ribbon Week (October 23-31).

    Students will once again take the Red Ribbon Campaign prevention message into their homes, neighborhoods and schools with this contest, said NFP President Peggy Sapp. It's a fun and creative way for parents and schools to educate children about the dangers of drug use while they decorate their homes and schools using this year''s theme, Respect Yourself. Be Drug Free. The contest begins on October 1st with the winners announced on December 4th.This year, $20,000 will be awarded to schools in ten regions across the country.

    Here's how to enter:

    - Students and families decorate their home¹s front door, mailbox or fence with a double-looped red ribbon and the theme, ³Respect Yourself. Be Drug Free.

    - Schools (K-12) may decorate their school campus with a double-looped red ribbon and the theme, Respect Yourself. Be Drug Free. Decorations should be in a visible location on the school campus.

    - Take a photo with your decoration and upload it to October 1 (12:00 am ET) to November 3 (11:59pm ET). You must be 18 years or older to upload the photo and can do so from any desktop or mobile device.

    - Ask family and friends to vote for your entry beginning November 4 (12:00am ET) to November 18 (11:59pm ET). The winners will be announced December 4th.

    - 10 Families in the Home Decoration category with the most votes in each region will win an iPad for the family and $1,000 to be used towards drug prevention at a K-12 school of their choosing.

    - 10 schools in the School Decoration category with the most votes in each region will win an iPad (for the school employee or PTA member who entered on behalf of the school) and $1,000 to be used towards drug prevention at the school.

    - Watch the precious reaction of one of the previous young winners.

    In addition to the contest, the National Family Partnership recently announced that this year's National Red Ribbon Week Youth Ambassador is Johanna Colón of Raleigh, North Carolina. The 7 year-old YouTube sensation was selected for her tremendous spirit, wonderful dance skills,

    commitment to healthy activities, kindness towards others, leadership qualities, self-confidence and her self-respect ­ all demonstrated in a three-minute, viral YouTube video, viewed by an estimated 20 million people. Johanna's qualities and her song selection (Aretha Franklin's classic, Respect) tie in perfectly with this year's Red Ribbon Week theme: Respect Yourself. Be Drug Free.

    And here's a sneak-peek of the brand new video on The Red Ribbon Week®Photo Contest:

    THE NATIONAL FAMILY PARTNERSHIP was established in 1980 and is a national leader in drug prevention, education and advocacy. Its mission is to lead our nation's families and communities in nurturing the full potential of healthy, drug-free youth. Red Ribbon Weekis the nation's largest and oldest drug prevention campaign. NFP created the campaign in response to the 1985 abduction and murder of DEA agent Enrique Kiki Camarena. Learn more about NFP at

    To learn more about contest rules,


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    From teen pregnancy and single parenting to athletics and HIV/AIDS, myths about African American families abound. This provocative book by two acclaimed scholars of race and ethnicity debunks many common myths about black families in America, sharing stories and drawing on the latest research to show the realities.

    AFRICAN AMERICAN FAMILIES TODAY examines the well-being of African American families around topics including marriage, health, education, incarceration, wealth, and more. Authors Angela J. Hattery and Earl Smith show that even though the election of the first African American president, Barack Obama, has been symbolically important for African Americans, his presidency has not had a measurable impact on the daily lives of African American families. As the book shows, racial inequality persists—we’re clearly not in a “post-racial” society.

    Some topics they are ready to talk about include:
    (1) Mass incarceration—we can speak to the causes and consequences on families.

    (2) The Department of Education just released the latest numbers on high school graduation…though it is up overall, only 50% of African American boys graduate from high school. We address this in the book and could speak to the causes and the consequences.

    (3) Data just came out on the rate of non-marital childbearing. More than 40% of all babies born in the US are born to non-married mothers, and its nearly 75% for African American babies. Again, we can talk about causes and consequences.

     African American family
    (4) The NFL….not just the Superbowl, but the coaching carousel that began on January 1—20% of NFL coaches were fired, and among the new hires, NONE have been African American. Again, causes and consequences.

    (5) New data have just been released on the wealth gap, which even with the recession is growing and the gap between whites and blacks is higher than it’s ever been. Causes and consequences.

    (6) Poverty. Just like the wealth gap, poverty has increased during the recession with Blacks hit the hardest. We can talk about why and what it means for our communities.

    (7) Family violence. The Congress has failed to reauthorize the Violence Against Women Act (VAWA) and a recent story highlighted the congress people who are holding it up. We can talk about the rates of intimate partner violence in the African American community and the impact that failing to reauthorize VAWA will have on the community.

    About the book:
    Each chapter addresses a different issue that African American families face in their quest toward the American Dream

    Each chapter opens with a compelling real-life story that is drawn from popular sources and will be familiar to readers

    Each chapter begins by identify a myth about the issue itself or the causes of the issue

    Each chapter then “debunks” the myth by providing the reader with empirical evidence. The data presented in an easily accessible form that allows readers to draw their own conclusions

    Each chapter ends with a discussion of the impact of the election of Barack Obama on the particular issue that is the focus of the chapter

    About the authors:
    Angela J. Hattery is associate director of Women and Gender Studies at George Mason University. Her books include Interracial Relationships in the 21st Century.

    Earl Smith is the Rubin Distinguished Professor of American Ethnic Studies and director of the American Ethnic Studies program at Wake Forest University. He is the author or editor of several books, including Race, Sport, and the American Dream.


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    Finding Family: My Search for Roots and the Secrets in My DNA

    - Expert Explains How DNA Testing is Revolutionizing the Search for Family Roots, Ethnic Ancestry, and Genetic Health Information -

    Have you ever wondered about your true relationship to the family that raised you? Do you suspect there are some family secrets? Millions of adults were adopted as infants…and many of them do not know anything about their original parents. You may want to know more about your ethnic background and your ancestors. Would you be surprised to find out the real mix of European, Asian, and African ancestry? Would you want to know if there was a Native American or Ashkenazi Jewish ancestor in your bloodline?

    Your genetic health may be vitally important as you can inherit and develop hereditary illnesses. If you get married, there is also a genetic risk that you may pass certain health problems on to your children. Richard Hill author of the book Finding Family: My Search for Roots and the Secrets in My DNA, explains what the newest breakthroughs in DNA testing mean to people who want to gain from the knowledge of their family origins.

    Finding Family: My Search for Roots and the Secrets in My DNA
    DNA Testing Breakthroughs Offer New Insights and Answers
    The technology breakthroughs over past few years have resulted in DNA tests that are now readily available to answer all these questions and more. A new science called genetic genealogy uses a variety of DNA tests to expand our knowledge of family trees. Instead of stopping when the paper trail runs out, genealogists and others are using individual test results and the vast and ever expanding databases of DNA results and online family trees to uncover previously unknown cousins and identify and confirm our common ancestors.

    Adopted at birth, Mr. Hill was one of the first adoptees to use these tests to learn the truth about his own beginnings and reunite with his first family. However, there’s a revolution going on as countless people analyze their ancestral composition. Direct-to-consumer tests are now quite inexpensive (currently $99 to $289) and allow you to collect your DNA sample in the privacy of your home. The sampling process itself is painless – you either brush the inside your cheek or spit some saliva into a tube.

    DNA Test Comparisons Open Up the Door to Understanding
    While many basic questions are answered by testing the DNA of just one person, the best results are often revealed by comparing the test results that that of another person and to the genetic data and information being compiled and stored in various databases. Finding biological relatives is achieved by comparing your DNA to all the individuals who took the same type of test. Information about your ethnicity comes from comparing your DNA to dozens of scientifically accepted population studies. Genetic health issues are ascertained by comparing your DNA against the findings of medical research. You can see how your risk for a particular condition compares to the average person of your age and background, the carrier status for diseases that could impact your descendants, and even your likely response to certain drugs.

    Are We Related? DNA Testing Options
    For two people to confirm a presumed relationship between them tests are needed. For many decades DNA paternity testing has provided unequivocal Yes/No answers to suspected parent-child relationships. Now—unless the results are to be used in court—even those tests can be done through home test kits. Some of the newest genetic genealogy tests check such large amounts of people’s DNA that they can confirm a wide variety of suspected relationships, including full siblings, half siblings, aunts and uncles, grandchildren, and even first or second cousins.There are three main categories of DNA tests used in genetic genealogy.

    Y-DNA Testing. This is for men only, because they have a Y-chromosome. The markers on that chromosome pass down virtually unchanged from father to son, generation after generation. By testing two men with a presumed common ancestor in their paternal line, this test can confirm that your family tree is following the correct paternal line out to that point. In Western culture surnames usually follow the same path. So barring a name change, adoption, or some other “non-paternity event” in the line, the men we match most closely should have the same surname as our biological father. This simple test has allowed many adopted men, like Richard, to discover the surnames of their biological fathers.

    Y-DNA testing will define your paternal line haplogroup. This will tell you in what parts of the world your direct paternal line ancestors lived tens of thousands of year ago. Men with different haplogroups cannot share a common ancestor in their paternal lines.

    Mitochondrial DNA Testing
    Everyone has mitochondrial DNA (mtDNA), but only women pass it on. Unfortunately, many of the matches observed from mtDNA testing will reflect common ancestors from hundreds or even thousands of years ago. Plus, the surnames usually change every generation down the maternal line. So getting useful information about your recent family tree from mtDNA testing is more challenging than it is with Y-DNA testing. This test will define your maternal haplogroup, most precisely with the Full Mitochondrial Sequence test at Family Tree DNA. You will learn the migration route of your ancient female line ancestors. And certain results are a direct confirmation of Native American ancestry in the maternal line.

    Autosomal DNA Testing
    The most recent innovation is a new form of autosomal test that checks at least 700,000 locations on your genome. These tests are used to confirming many close relationships. By testing themselves, men and women can find biological cousins from any branch of their family trees. Typically, matches will be distant cousins of varying degrees. A third cousin designation, for example, suggests that you and your match have some great-great grandparents in common. Some of the people you match will be genealogists with extensive family trees. By contacting them, you can work together to determine your common ancestors.

    At-Home DNA Testing is readily available online
    There are so many family trees and genealogy resources online today that much, if not all, of this research can be done from the comfort of your home. Currently, only three companies offer this type of test:

    Family Tree DNA the leader in the genetic genealogy field, offers a test called Family Finder. They are also the recommended lab for Y-DNA and mtDNA testing.

    23andMe offers just one test, which includes a matching feature called Relative Finder. This is the only test of the three that also includes a report on your genetic health traits. offers a test called AncestryDNA. However, as of this writing, they still don’t permit users to download their own data for advanced analysis.

    Since there is relatively little overlap among the databases, adoptees and serious genealogists are frequently testing with two of them or even all three. Fishing in multiple ponds is the fastest way to find the breakthrough matches that can solve the mysteries in your family tree.

    Limitations Due to Lack of Testing Diminishing Over Time
    All the powerful new DNA tests may yield a virtual candy store of genealogical information to some people, but not to everyone. Bio-geographical analysis typically provides a percentage breakdown of your overall ethnic ancestry. However, the results may not be consistent, for example one test is being criticized for showing unrealistic amounts of Scandinavian for virtually everyone of European ancestry. But even that one should get better over time. People with deep roots in Colonial America will often find they have hundreds of cousins in the databases and many of those relatives are likely to have extensive family trees.

    On the other hand, those born to recent immigrants—and adoptees from countries outside the U.S.—may find few or even no matches. That’s because most of their cousins are overseas and the sample sizes from abroad are still small. However, even those who don’t see a lot of cousin matches can still learn about their ethnic backgrounds and inherited medical issues.

    There are many benefits from genetic DNA testing. The family history, ethnic ancestry, and genetic health information are often more than enough to justify the relatively small cost of these new DNA tests. The data and results are often a gift and a loving, living legacy that can illuminate the future for everyone in the family.

    Finding Family: My Search for Roots and the Secrets in My DNA
    Richard Hill
    List $15.00
    Trade paperback 260 pages Also available in Kindle edition
    ISBN-10: 1475190832 ISBN-13: 978-1475190830
    Available in bookstores nationwide and online.
    For more information visit

    Finding Family is Richard Hill’s true and intensely personal story. It begins with him accidentally discovering he was adopted and explains his thirty-year investigation and search for his roots.

    It’s an engrossing account of an adoptee trying to reclaim the biological family denied him by sealed birth records. It includes the details of the DNA tests that helped him find his first family and uncover the long-buried secrets surrounding his birth.

    This fascinating quest—including the author's landmark use of DNA testing—takes readers on an exhilarating roller-coaster ride and concludes with a twist. Easy to read and hard to put down, this is the first book to chronicle the paradigm-shifting application of genetic genealogy to adoption search. Many people who love reading mysteries will find Finding Family to be a book they simply can’t put down.


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    A Family Man

    I wanted to let you know StoryCorps released a brand new animated short—A Family Man. It's perfect for Father's Day, and is sure to spark lively conversations about everyone's childhood! In 1955, John L. Black, Sr. started his job as a janitor for the Cincinnati public school system. He regularly put in 16-hour days to provide for his wife and eleven children. At StoryCorps, his son Samuel talks with his wife, Edda Fields-Black, about his father's lasting legacy and the power of a look.

    A Family Man
    Samuel's story is part of StoryCorps Griot, an initiative that ensures the voices, experiences, and life stories of African Americans will be preserved and presented with dignity. All interviews recorded as part of the Griot Initiative will be archived at the Smithsonian’s National Museum of African American History & Culture in addition to the American Folklife Center at the Library of Congress.

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