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EMPOWERING MEN TO BE BETTER FATHERS - PART 2

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This broadcast of "EMPOWERING MEN" continues the important dialogue on what must be done to empower men to be better fathers. The host of "EMPOWERING MEN" is Minister Thomas Ryer, Executive Director / Public Advocacy for the Men's Empowerment Network.  Minister Thomas Ryer is a nationally sought after speaker on topics addressing men's development and their impactful role in society. Our first guest is Mr. Kenneth Braswell, Executive Director, Fathers Inc and the leader in the promotion of Responsible Fatherhood Clearinghouse (NRFC). The NRFC is a widely recognized national and international resource for fathers, practitioners, researchers, and policymakers.  Its components include www.fatherhood.gov, media campaign, products, national fatherhood hotline and President Obama's Responsible Fatherhood and Mentoring Initiative.  Mr. Braswell is the author of When The Tear Won't Fall and a workbook, Gentle Warriors. He is the host of "Dad's Eye View" on cable TV.

 Our second guest is Mr. Scott Leach, Executive Administrator, Forestdale Fathering Initiative.  Scott Leach brings more than thirty years of experience working with families of all socio-economic levels and ethnic backgrounds.  Scott has held several supervisory roles over a number of programs at the Theodore D. Young Community Center dealing with families and youth.  His varied experiences also include employment with the Westchester Consortium for Youth, Graham-Windham Services for Families and Children and the Director of the NYC Police Athletic League, Harlem Division.  He is a graduate of Ohio State University and was drafted by the New Orleans Saints and spent two years in the NFL. 

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