February 26, 2014

The Atlantic: How Anti-Poverty Programs Marginalize Fathers

CFFPP Director Jacquelyn Boggess describes how many welfare programs can perpetuate—rather than alleviate—families from poverty by often serving only women and children and excluding noncustodial fathers: “It’s like seven people in bed together, sharing a very small blanket. If you move the blanket over to cover up one person who’s chilly, someone else is going […]

October 14, 2013

NPR News Milwaukee: Analysts conclude Child Support Adds to Many Black Fathers’ Debt Load

CFFPP’s Nino Rodriguez shares his insight with NPR News Milwaukee on the increasing debt many Black Fathers experience due to child support orders. (October 2013)