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In this episode of the 411 Live, Dennis Walton, founder of Made Men World Wide, a social entrepreneur and activist by trade, shares his knowledge on how balanced families in our community really set the foundation to a greater world. “There are a lot of things that have come from specific circumstances where we can see just so much systemic dysfunction that exists in our communities.” He and Beverly Taylor attack some of the myths and stigma attached to the men of Milwaukee and the world today. Along with offering support for Milwaukee families through Made Men Worldwide Inc, Dennis reveals specific skills and offers invaluable advice for fathers of all economic backgrounds to succeed not only for their families but for themselves as well.
Dennis Walton – Founder of Made Men World Wide Inc
Made Men World Wide Inc
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