Oct 30, 2017
Brandon Frame is a renaissance man with a social conscience
and a global perspective. Brandon founded The Black Man Can, a
non-profit dedicated to celebrating, education and inspiring boys
and men of color.
"Once you make an observation, you have an obligation.” MK
Boys and men of color need to see positive images of
themselves and have their stories told.
Define yourself, redefine the world: The Guided Journal for
Boys and Men of Color with empowering words, motivating experiences
and insightful quotes.
Being a man means being responsible, operating your
ego from a place of love not a place of pride and selfish
Being a black man or black boy is not monolithic — we walk and
talk in different and varied spaces and narratives.
Black men have a responsibility to acknowledge their
privileges as men and use it to elevate the voices of Black women
Men have a tendency to suffer in silence but there is an
opportunity to create community to heal, foster restoration and
Can you do a single or double windsor knot? The 1,000 Ties
initiative shows Black men and boys how.
Brandon's fav books:
"Start with Why" by Simon Sinek, a great read recommended by
"Relentless by Tim Grover, a great read recommended by Brandon
The Rise of the Post-Hip-Hop Generation, MK Asante, a
great read recommended by Brandon Frame
Forty Million Dollar Slaves by William C. Rhoden, a great read
recommended by Brandon Frame