Who We Are
In 2009 a multi-partisan coalition of many of the nation’s leading experts articulated the depth of the boy crisis, its threat to America’s future, and the need for a White House Council on Boys and Men to address its multiple facets.
In 2019, on Sixty Minutes, Fed Chair Jerome Powell ranked the boy crisis as one of the two biggest threats to America’s economic future.
Dr. Warren Farrell, the chair of the Coalition to Create a White House Council on Boys and Men, explains the boy crisis in this TEDx talk.
And here is Fed Chair Powell’s warning about the boy crisis on 60 Minutes [see 11:00-12:41].
Coalition Interviews 2020 Democratic Presidential Candidates on a White House Council on Boys and Men
Full interview of Coalition with John Hickenlooper:
This story in Colorado Politics on their dialogue was syndicated throughout Colorado.
USA Today Features Plea to Create White House Council on Boys and Men
Martha MacCallum tweets Pres. Trump re: White House Council after Dr. Farrell’s appearance
After the El Paso and Dayton shootings, Dr. Farrell explains why dad-deprived boys account for the vast majority of male prisoners, ISIS recruits and mass shooters.
The Boy Crisis: Causes and Solutions
Dr. Warren Farrell on FOX and Friends in 2019 suggests that President Trump create a White House Council on Boys and Men to call the boy crisis to national attention and the development of “Father Warriors” as one of many solutions.
May, 2019: Staten Island Council on Boys and Men Becomes Only Active Government Entity Concerned with Boys’ and Men’s Issues
2015: Boy Crisis, Fatherlessness, and Presidential Candidates
This video presents Dr. Warren Farrell, chair of the Coalition, and other members discussing these issues in 2015 with Republican presidential candidates Scott Walker, Rick Santorum, Carly Fiorina, Mike Huckabee, Ted Cruz and Bobby Jindal.
Ingraham’s Angle Recommends White House Council on Boys and Men
Help the Coalition Educate Presidential Candidates in New Hampshire and Iowa
The multi-partisan Coalition to Create a White House Council on Boys and Men (WHCBM) will be working with the National Parents’ Organization (NPO) to discuss with the Democratic and Republican candidates in Iowa and New Hampshire the importance of calling the boy crisis to the nation’s attention, and proposing solutions from equal shared parenting to the creation of a White House Council on Boys and Men.
Since all politicians are concerned with additional government expenditures, the Coalition will explain, as in this video, how the absence of dad creates the presence of government (e.g., how the absence of dad leads to crimes, prisons, ISIS recruits, mass shootings, drug addiction, the opioid crisis, obesity and more than 50 other problems the government spends more than a trillion dollars a year to address).
How You Can Help
Watch this video to see how you can help boys and men meet the presidential candidates in New Hampshire and Iowa in 2019, as they did in 2015, to get them to call the boy crisis to national attention and the need for a White House Council on Boys and Men as one solution .
Your donation to the work of the Coalition to Create a White House Council on Boys and Men through PayPal will be processed by our parent 501(c)(3) non-profit association, the Global Initiative for Boys and Men.
You can also donate through Patreon.
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