“Braswell is an emerging and vibrant voice on the frontlines of America’s growing responsible fatherhood movement — a voice whose time has come to be heard!”

Shawn Dove – Open Society Institute’s Campaign for Black Male Achievement

POWERFUL, INSPIRING, INSIGHTFUL and EMOTIONAL

Book Kenneth Braswell TODAY for your next event. He is available for Keynote addresses, lectures, presentations, trainings, book signings etc. Mr. Braswell has traveled the country talking about his experiences as a fatherless child and his own journey as a father himself.

With a career that spans over 20 years in community service, 15 years as a radio personality and 7 years as a newspaper publisher, Braswell commands the emotion of his audiences with his delightful, “keep it real” and “straight; no chaser style.


View Kenneth Braswell on Video

You may view several video messages of Kenneth Braswell on YouTube. This video was filmed at the Colonie Library in a Book Signing series of events. On the channel you can also view a series of public service announcements and “Messages from Responsible Men” in conjunction with the 2011: Year of Responsible Men Campaign. If you are interested in booking for your event, please click the “book me” on the menu bar above.

“Ties Never Broken”

Inspired by President Obama and in partnership with a Honorary Board and Community Partners, Braswell and Fathers Incorporated has launched a strategic marketing initiative to proclaim 2011: The Year of Responsible Men. Throughout the year FI will use its “Ties Never Broken” project to educate and elevate the conversation of responsible fatherhood and mentoring. “This is a pain I’ve suffered from not having a father in my life and one I once placed upon my now 30 year old daughter. It is a pain I’ve vowed to heal for the both of us and a pain that motivates me to help other fathers never to make the same mistake by placing that burden on their children,” says Braswell

For more information on the 2011: Year of Responsible Men and the “Ties Never Broken” campaign please visit www.2011yorm.com.

“Thank you, dear brother Kenneth for showing up–and using your light and your journey to wake us up.  This work is necessary.”

Terrie M. Williams
Author, Black Pain: It Just Looks Like We’re Not Hurting

 

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