Oakland, California (EastBayDaily) — Team Afro today officially launches the website AfroDaddy.com – The Black Man Survival Guide. AfroDaddy.com is a new website created for black men (and particularly black fathers) to get answers to questions on how to survive and prosper in America. For many African Americans there are aspects of business, health, finance and other topics that we traditionally don’t know. For others in and outside of the black community who have found success, there is a wealth of knowledge that could be shared to uplift and transform the black community. AfroDaddy.com is a website committed to bringing all of these people, black businesses, and black organizations together as resources for one another to improve the lives of black men and strengthen the black community.
“We didn’t want to create another entertainment website that spotlights black athletes, black actors or rappers. AfroDaddy.com is about helping every day black men deal with the real issues of life – being a better father, getting a job, managing money and having successful relationships” says Darrell Garrett, Senior Editor at AfroDaddy.
The cornerstone of the website is The Black Man Survival Guide, which is divided into 6 sections (Food, Shelter, Clothing, Health, Relationships and Money). Each section contains Survival Articles, Did You Knows and Q & A related to the key survival area. In addition to the Survival Guide, the website also features articles on entrepreneurship and careers, as well as a special section that deals with issues related to fatherhood and parenting.
“AfroDaddy.com is a community project and only works if people inside and outside of the black community contribute. We will be actively looking for people to write articles, ask and answer questions, and list themselves as resources. We look forward to expanding the site to help millions of African Americans be more financially aware, healthier and more prosperous.” says Jordan Guy, student and content contributor.
For people who want to be a stand for the black community by contributing content, listing their company as a resource or becoming a member, email us at firstname.lastname@example.org or visit the website at http://www.afrodaddy.com