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Male Responsibility | David Miller

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Fathers Incorporated

Fathers Incorporated


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2011 marks The Year of Responsible Men. A Year long call to honor, celebrate, support and educate men to reposition define their roles in a new society. Fathers Incorporated is inspired by President Obama to focus our efforts on Responsible Fatherhood, Mentoring and Black Male Achievement. For years FI has been working in the field of Responsible Fatherhood; with the goal of creating effective service models to serve men,” says Kenneth Braswell; Executive Director of Fathers Incorporated. “Our biggest struggle in combating both father absence and the lack of viable mentors; is our inability to raise the societal level of conciseness regarding the importance of responsible male involvement.” The show will include several national social entrepreneurs working in the field of family development. Our Guest: David Miller, M.Ed. Miller is a nationally recognized speaker and program developer working with youth of color. A sought after lecturer and advocate for youth and young adults, David has over 14 years of hands-on practical experience working with youth. He has worked with thousands of youth in detention centers, aftercare programs and in disadvantaged schools and communities throughout the United States and abroad. David has completed several publications which include, Dare to be King: What If The Prince Lives? A Survival Workbook for African American Males, Lessons I learned From My Father: A Collection of Quotes From Men of African Descent and he has begun working on WHERE’S MOMMY & DADDY (September 2005) a curriculum for social workers, educators and other professionals who work with children whom have a parent in prison. He is also the co-author of several articles which include, “The Rap on Hip Hop: Implications for Using Music as a Tool for Urban Educators” with Dr. Wali Gill and “Games that Fathers Can Not Afford” (National Association of Middle Schools).