Photos: Community leaders discuss fatherhood

| February 23, 2014
(From left) Denita Washington, executive director of Fort Wayne Girls Rock; the Rev. Anthony Payton, pastor of Come As You Are Community Church, the Rev. Anthony Pettus, pastor of Greater Progressive Baptist Church and Alice Jordan-Miles, assistant director of the Behavioral Health and Family Studies Institute at IPFW, serve as a panel discussing the critical role of fathers in the development at children in the African American community during a special African Heritage Month event, “Fathers: The First Class Seat” at IPFW on Feb. 13.

(From left) Denita Washington, executive director of Fort Wayne Girls Rock; the Rev. Anthony Payton, pastor of Come As You Are Community Church, the Rev. Anthony Pettus, pastor of Greater Progressive Baptist Church and Alice Jordan-Miles, assistant director of the Behavioral Health and Family Studies Institute at IPFW, serve as a panel discussing the critical role of fathers in the development of children in the African American community during a special African Heritage Month event, “Fathers: The First Class Seat” at IPFW on Feb. 13.

Theoplis Smith

Artist Theoplis Smith displays one of his critically acclaimed works during a recent African American Heritage Event at IPFW. Smith’s first solo exhibition, on display through February, recently opened at the Wunderkammer Company gallery at 3402 Fairfield Ave.
(Photo: Chief Condra Ridley)

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