We are proud to announce that the Yale Graduate School of Arts and Sciences has featured Erin Burke and the Gay Fathers Project in their September newsletter and on their website!
“Erin Burke (Anthropology) wants to find out how and why human males nurture their young. In order to fully understand why studying paternal care would warrant such attention, it is important to first realize how unusual it is, she says.”
To read the entire interview, please click here.
Erin Burke and Amelia Scancilio at Pride New Haven, September 20.
Thanks to everyone who came to the Pride New Haven Block Party on Saturday and stopped by our booth! It was great meeting so many members of the New Haven LGBTQ community and spreading the word about the Gay Fathers Project.
The Project even got a shout-out in the New Haven Register, which you can read here. If you stopped by our booth and would like to participate, please feel free to email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Erin addressing the crowd with emcee Piper Daily.
A special thanks to Amelia Sancilio and Tom Coben for their help setting up and to Elaine Guevara, Louise Guard, Liz Genne-Bacon and John Kelleher for breaking down.
Gay Fathers Project volunteers and supporters.
Pride was a great event and we are already looking forward to next year!
The Gay Fathers Project is excited to be participating in Pride New Haven! Look for our table at the Crown Street Block Party on Saturday, September 20th from 4 PM to 10 PM! Crown Street will be closed to traffic from Church to Orange for our Pride New Haven celebration.
The Block Party will feature drag shows on an outdoor stage, vendors, local food trucks and games including twister and the famous Dunk-A-Queen booth. Stop by and say hello and sign up to participate in the Project!