Danny Bakewell Sr
THIS SPECIAL CELEBRATES MENTORING INITIATIVES AND ACTIVITIES OF BLACK MALE CELEBRITIES, BUSINESS ENTREPRENEURS, EDUCATORS, POLITICAL AND COMMUNITY LEADERS. EXPLORING HOW THESE MEN HAVE BECOME MENTORING KINGS. SEEKING TO DISCOVER A SOLUTION, WE REVEAL MEN WHO HAVE SUCCESSFULLY BUILT THEIR CAREERS FROM THE GROUND UP AND HAVE REACHED BACK TO BRING THE YOUTH ALONG. THIS PROGRAM TELLS IN-DEPTH STORIES OF BLACK MEN WHO HAVE PLAYED A MAJOR ROLE (WITH SIZABLE RESULTS IN MENTORING), THAT ULTIMATELY LEADS OUR BLACK YOUTH TO MAKING POSITIVE CONTRIBUTIONS IN THEIR COMMUNITY.
Captain Alexander Lee is a South Carolina State University Alumnus, a native of Pamplico, South Carolina who is a Captain in the Logistics branch of the US Army.
For 35 years, Danny Bakewell served as President and CEO of the Brotherhood Crusade, a 50-year old grassroots organization with a vision of providing human and social services.
Jermain Lawrence Anderson
Darrell Caldwell is the CEO/Executive Director of Why We Can't Wait, Inc., whose mission is to empower and develop youth/teens in underserved communities.
Founder of Frohm’s Martial Arts (FMA) and Frohm’s Martial Arts Foundation, a progressive non-profit school that is committed to creating and empowering leaders in and for our community through the ways of American Karate.