Founded & Owned By A Black Father!

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Our Mission

A PLATFORM FOR STRONG BLACK FATHERS TO SHINE:

Black Fathers Exist is a movement that was created to shine a positive light and destroy the negative stereotypes of black fathers. This movement was started and owned by Charles, a 34 year-old black father in the Atlanta area. 

Black Fathers immediately bought into the message and loved it, but there were also other groups of people who made very demeaning statements on the Facebook posts. They would say things like, "Only 5% of black men can wear these shirts... The other 95% have never seen their kids."

In those very moments, Charles knew he was on the right track and had to do something about this issue. He needed to combat these negative images and false narratives of black fatherhood. He had black friends everywhere that love and take care of their kids on a daily basis, and we needed paint the true picture of who we really are.

The media tries to dampen the existence of black fathers and falsely say that we are not present in our children's lives. This is far from the truth and we are here to create a platform to show the world much different. We are black fathers that raise young black kings and queens everyday.


HOW OUR PRODUCTS ARE MADE: 

We partner with different screen printers and also produce in-house to make sure we have top of the line quality for our customers. Each design was created and inspired by the founder and his family.

WHAT WE STAND AGAINST:

We stand against the lies and false stereotypes that have been spoken against black fathers. We don't show hate but we celebrate our brothers and shine a light that cannot be ignored.

THE LOGO:

The gold and black represents the royalty of black fathers. We are kings and the crown is a symbol of what we truly are. Embrace it and let's raise our children to do the same!

 

 

MY FAMILY:

I'm Charles and this is my wife Crystal, and my 2 sons, Crosby (5) and Cutler (2). Thank you so much for your support of this movement to uplift and shine a positive light on Black Fatherhood. If we don't tell the true story, then who will? 

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