“Over the past two decades, fathers have become more involved in all aspects of their children’s lives,” says Kenneth Braswell, National Responsible Fatherhood Clearinghouse (NRFC) Director.
As a dad it can be easy to get a caught up in the idea that the most important part of your job as a parent has to do with the material things you give to your kids.
“A Queen’s Discovery: A Young Girl’s African Journey To Find Her Greatness Within” co-produced by 16 year old Nzinga Braswell, has been awarded “2016 Best Film”. The award was given by Delta Sigma Theta Sorority’s (Atlanta Alumnae Chapter) International Film Festival
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