Celebrate Father’s Day with Tee Shirts from Black Owned Brands

In this post, we review tee shirts that promote fathers and Father’s Day from black owned brands.  Father’s Day has been around for over a century.  It was started by Sonora Smart Dodd, whose own father raised six children as a single parent.  She was commended in 2008 for recognizing the importance of fathers. 

Fathers matter to children in many ways. Children with present and involved fathers tend to do better in school and are less likely to become entangled in the criminal justice system.  Involved fathers help children appreciate the real world consequences of their behavior, and contribute to more responsible decision making.  Fathers are role models, providers, mentors, and more.  As such Father’s Day tee shirts, cards, other gifts and celebrations are ways we pay homage.

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  • Power In Black offers a variety of tee shirts in their “Father’s Day” collection.  Tee shirts come in several colors. 

In reviewing these tee shirts I hope you find a Father’s Day gift that works for him.

Happy shopping! Happy Father’s Day!

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If you would like more information on the origins of Father’s Day and on how father’s matter, see the following references. 

  1. “Father’s Day.”  Wikipedia.  https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Father%27s_Day_(United_States)
  2. “H. RES. 1274.”  110th Congress 2D Session.  https://www.congress.gov/110/bills/hres1274/BILLS-110hres1274ih.pdf
  3. Rossman, Sean.  “Why dads matter according to science.”  USA Today.  13 June, 2017.  https://www.usatoday.com/story/news/nation-now/2017/06/13/why-dads-matter-according-science/377125001/
  4. Scott, Mindy E., Wilson, April, Teague, Shawn, Turner, Kimberly, and Karberg, Elizabeth.  “5 Ways Fathers Matter.”  15 June, 2016.  https://www.childtrends.org/publications/5-ways-fathers-matter

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