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Fox6 Milwaukee interview: Milwaukee homicides 4th most in nation per captia: study

OpEd in The Hill: It’s time to talk unapologetically about fathers and their needs

OpEd in Fathers Feed Babies too.

OpEd in It’s time to give Black father the credit they deserve.

OpEd in The Conversation: Social Media Effects on Youth of Color

Wisconsin Public Radio interview on effects of online racial harassment affects Black and Hispanic youth

Wisconsin Public Radio Interview: Parenting while incarcerated.

KPI Institute Podcast: Positive Parenting Practices to Counteract Discrimination: Strategies for parents to promote resilience, self-esteem, and a sense of belonging in their children while navigating discriminatory experiences.

Learning to cope: COVID-19 exacerbates growing youth mental health challenges
The Cap Times, April 27, 2022

“When She Says Daddy”: Black Fathers’ Recidivism following Reentry from Jail [PDF]
International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health, March 2022

Badgering: Alvin Thomas
UW Alumni Association, February 10, 2022

Press Conference Launch of Black Fathers, Equal Partners in Advancing Maternal and Infant Health Research Initiative
Fox 6 Milwaukee, June 18, 2021

“This Is Not The Change, This Is Only The Beginning:” Processing The Chauvin Conviction”
WORT FM Madison
, April 20, 2021

SoHE and CommNS to Partner on 3 New Wisconsin Partnership Program Grants
SoHE News, Oct 19, 2020

The Mental Health Toll of Current Events
Milwaukee Courier, June 19, 2020

Opinion: Black men and boys are especially vulnerable to mental health challenges because of coronavirus and police violence
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel, June 18, 2020

Racial disparities heightened with COVID-19 crisis
The Cap Times, May 13, 2020

Health leaders to host virtual support group for black men concerned about COVID-19
The Cap Times, Apr 16, 2020

Q&A: Dr. Alvin Thomas on Black Men’s Mental Health Resources
SoHE News, June 5, 2020

Black community leaders address disparities as COVID-19 hits African-Americans hard
WKOW 27, Apr 8, 2020

Facebook Live Support Group will address black men’s mental health and well-being during COVID-19 pandemic
Madison365, Apr 2, 2020

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