Fred Goodall Participates in Fathers Day Chats with Dads

Fred Goodall, publisher/editor-in-chief of Mocha Dad and fatherhood advocate, is participating in the Doc and Austin Rivers Fathers Day Chats with Dads.

Fred started Mocha Dad to chronicle his life as a father and to counter the negative stereotypes regarding black fatherhood. Now he uses the blog to not only capture his personal experiences as a father, but also to help motivate other men to be more actively engaged and involved with their children, families, and communities.

Today is the last Google+ Hangout On Air event in the week long Fatherhood series where dads gathered to talk about major topics in modern fatherhood. Today’s chat will be a chat with a NBA father-son duo, Doc and Austin Rivers, and top dad bloggers who will be discussing the importance of a strong male figure in the lives of children. Doc Rivers is the head coach of the Boston Celtics, and Austin Rivers plays for the New Orleans Pelicans.

Fred is a moderator for the Google+ Fatherhood Community and will be discussing the relationship between the NBA father-son duo and if Doc Rivers always new his son would play basketball. The live video will be streaming live to the Men’s Journal G+ page, the Event Page, and their YouTube Channel.

Fred Goodall

He is a writer, a speaker, and a father.In 2008, he started the popular fatherhood blog, Mocha Dad. In addition to creating regular blog posts about fatherhood, he works with companies that want to share their story with parents. He’s worked on promotions and marketing campaigns with dozens of major brands including Disney, Chevy, Sony, HP, Adobe, Sears, Samsung, Walmart, AT&T, Kellogg’s, eBay, Pepperidge Farm, Together Counts, American Living, Coca-Cola, Twizzlers, GoGo, squeeZ, Dove, Clorox, Gillette, Braun, Epson, and General Mills Box Tops for education.

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