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Kenneth Braswell joins host Mary E. LaLuna as he revisits the Moynihan Report as we approach the 50 year anniversary. Braswell was instrumental in bringing the original 1965 Moynihan Report to the forefront as well as served as co-author of the revisited paper, “The Moynihan Report Revisited”. ArtSees Diner Radio welcomes Mr. Braswell, as he talks about his journey as the Executive Director of Fathers Incorporated, and his desire to confront in a way that the Moynihan Report and asks, "How were we to respond to a report that spoke of the social ills of black families at a time to which we were beginning to find our way?
Kenneth Braswell joins host Mary E. LaLuna as he revisits the Moynihan Report as we approach the 50 year anniversary. Braswell was instrumental in bringing the original 1965 Moynihan Report to the forefront as well as served as co-author of the revisited paper, “The Moynihan Report Revisited”. ArtSees Diner Radio welcomes Mr. Braswell, as he talks about his journey as the Executive Director of Fathers Incorporated, and his desire to confront in a way that the Moynihan Report and asks, "How were we to respond to a report that spoke of the social ills of black families at a time to which we were beginning to find our way? Kenneth Braswell, is the Executive Director of Fathers Incorporated. He brings to the organization over 22 years of community development service. Kenneth Braswell, Braswell has also authored “When The Tear Won’t Fall–One Man's Journey Through the Intimate Struggles of Manhood and Fatherhood." His long-time radio show was recently was renamed as "Ties Never Broken-OnAir!" to match the agency's campaign of the same name. The show is now part of the Tavis Smiley Network on BlogTalkRadio. Braswell is also a contributing writer for the online version of Ebony magazine and featured in many leading publications. He has also appeared on the Rickey Smiley Show, Michael Baisden and Russ Parr, to name a few. Braswell is also the director of the National Responsible Fatherhood Clearinghouse and a member of the National Fatherhood Leadership Group. From 2006-2011, Braswell served as the director of the New York State Fatherhood Initiative. nspired by President Obama to increase the efforts of serving and supporting responsible fathers, the campaign will use the icon of a Blue Bow Tie (lapel pin) as the symbol of responsible men.
Walking the walk: Meet two men who have reached back to hel their communities in very different ways. Kenneth Braswell: With over 21 years of community development experience, Braswell serves as the Executive Director of Fathers incorporated (FI) (www.fathersincorporated.com). At Fathers, Incorporated he focuses on the need to reaffirm the benefit of fathers within the family service paradigm. Since 2004 the agencies’ main focus has been on the development of support and services fo
This is the last show in a series of public educational awareness shows as part of Fathers Incorporated's Domestic Violence Awareness Campaign for October. My co-host is Asia D. Smith; CEO of Purple Reign. Who can view the video series at http://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PL18m34mX7F_UnTXDa32MfDMFglyA7UOQT
Understanding and Overcoming Depression
Our Special Guest: TERRIE WILLIAMS
Terrie Williams is the author of “Black Pain: It Just Looks Like We’re Not Hurting”. It tells the untold story of depression among African-Americans as well as Terrie’s tale of her own chronic and crippling depression—a revealing narrative she shared in the June 2005 issue of ESSENCE magazine.
Dr. Derek Suite
Featured in The New York Times, The Daily News, and Black Enterprise Magazine, Dr. Suite has received widespread recognition for his unique and sensitive approach to mental health that emphasizes the role of one’s culture, dignity, and faith in the healing process. He is the co-founder of Full Circle Health (FCH), an award-winning wholistic practice that has provided state-of-the-art mental healthcare since 1999 to individuals and families living in the urban context. Dr. Suite has considerable expertise in handling matters involving stress, trauma, relationship issues, sexual addictions and faith-based struggles. He also has over 10 years’ experience in working with hard-to-reach adolescents and men of color.
Discussion how musicians and recording artists may obtain better and greater results for their music careers in the current economically challenged state of the Music industry. Of note, is that I have been doing such interviews to assist musicians and recording artists periodically for over 20 years.
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Additionally, Dr Kenneth Love has published, edited, and wrote a Music industry newsletter for over 2,000 musicians for over 10 years, and you may view what a few of my musician clients and readers say about my results and industry articles Entertainment Articles
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This week on Fieldstone Common, Marian Pierre-Louis interviews Kenneth Milano, author of The Philadelphia Nativist Riots.
The outskirts of Philadelphia seethed with tension in the spring of 1844. By May 6, the situation between the newly arrived Irish Catholics and members of the anti-immigrant Nativist Party took an explosively violent turn. When the Irish asked to have their children excused from reading the Protestant version of the Bible in local public schools, the nativists held a protest. The Irish pushed back. For three days, riots scorched the streets of Kensington. Though the immigrants first had the upper hand, the nativists soon put the community to the torch. Those who fled were shot. Two Catholic churches burned to the ground, along with several blocks of houses, stores, a nunnery and a Catholic school. Local historian Kenneth W. Milano traces this tumultuous history from the preceding hostilities through the bloody skirmishes and finally to the aftermath of arrests and trials. Discover a remarkably intimate and compelling view of the riots with stories of individuals on both sides of the conflict that rocked Kensington.
Kenneth W. Milano is a historical & genealogical researcher. He was born and raised in the Kensington neighborhood of Philadelphia. Milano received his degree in History from Temple University. His 2006-2011 column “The Rest is History” is well remembered by readers of Star Newspapers. He is one of the founders of the Kensington History Project.
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