Narada K Brown

Kenneth Brown AUTHOR BIO Kenneth Brown is the father of four grown daughters. Although he was born and raised in New York City; he now lives in a suburb of Atlanta, Georgia. In an honest and gripping description, his book, the System versus the Law tells how he achieved the American Dream and then threw it away. Despite growing up in the projects, he lived in suburbia and had a wife and kids who loved him. He became a successful businessman and an NCAA basketball official. He has been deeply influenced by such people as Carl Brown, Thurgood Marshall, Malcolm X, Angela Davis, Siddhartha Gautama, and Gurumayi Chidillasananda. He has a book published titled: “The System versus the Law” His published articles: Black History, The Future of Black History, Fathers, Message To My People, Religion, Emotional Awareness, Thanksgiving, Christmas, Independence Day, Christianity and Slavery, Black Republicans, The Politics of America, Activist, Iraq and My Show. Board Member of: “Freedom Behind Bars Foundation, Inc.”

24 stories by Narada K Brown


The appearance of differences in religion seems to be just that, an appearance. As I review my limited knowledge...

Dec 19 · >

American History

America’s propaganda campaign has distorted America’s history to the point where it is unrecognizable when it is compared to...

Nov 25 · >


  In school and during most of my life I was lead to believe that Nazi Germany was one...

Jul 14 · >

The Future of Black History

   During my youth, my father and I would watch the news together and we saw Malcolm X speak...

Feb 28 · >

Message To My People

         There’s no doubt that racism has been alive and well in America since 1619, however, our problems,...

Feb 22 · >

Black History Why?

Why is there a Black History Month? I believe America uses it as another form of segregation in disguise....

Feb 14 · >

Black History Another Look

         During my elementary school education, I was taught George Washington was the father of my country. However,...

Feb 8 · >

Black History

        All too often when it comes to Black history, we hear about Rosa Parks not...

Feb 6 · >


On December 25th we recognize Christmas Day, as the birthday of Jesus Christ. Yet many of the Christians, that...

Dec 22 · >