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'''African-American broadcaster, politician, and motivational speaker'''
 
'''African-American broadcaster, politician, and motivational speaker'''
  
Brown and his twin brother, born in a Miami ghetto, were adopted at six weeks of age by a single woman. He was hyperactive as a child and labeled a slow learner.  
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Brown and his twin brother, born in a Miami ghetto, were [[adopted]] at six weeks of age by a single woman. He was hyperactive as a child and labeled a slow learner.  
 
After high school he became a radio DJ, then broadcasting manager, community activist, political commentator, legislator, emcee, and award-winning motivational speaker and writer, with his own promotional company, commanding over $10,000 per speaking engagement.
 
After high school he became a radio DJ, then broadcasting manager, community activist, political commentator, legislator, emcee, and award-winning motivational speaker and writer, with his own promotional company, commanding over $10,000 per speaking engagement.
  
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== References ==
 
== References ==
  
Brown, Les. Live Your Dreams. (New York: William Morrow & Co.)
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Brown, Les. Live Your Dreams. ([[New York]]: William Morrow & Co.)
 
"Les Brown: Renowned Public Speaker." [Includes portrait]. Available at: [http://www.getaheadpro.com/brown.htm]  
 
"Les Brown: Renowned Public Speaker." [Includes portrait]. Available at: [http://www.getaheadpro.com/brown.htm]  
Engber, Andrea. "Raised without Daddy," Single Mother, 13 (July/August 1993). Also available at: [http://www.parentsplace.com/family/singleparent/gen/0,3375,10010,00.html]  
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Engber, Andrea. "Raised without Daddy," Single Mother, 13 (July/August 1993). Also available at: [http://www.parentsplace.com/]  
 
Biography Resource Center. "Les Brown, 1945-." Available at: [http://www.africanpubs.com/Apps/bios/0351BrownLes.asp?pic=none]
 
Biography Resource Center. "Les Brown, 1945-." Available at: [http://www.africanpubs.com/Apps/bios/0351BrownLes.asp?pic=none]
  
 
== Indexes ==
 
== Indexes ==
 
[[Category: Adopted Persons]]
 
[[Category: Adopted Persons]]

Latest revision as of 13:42, 12 July 2021

1945-

African-American broadcaster, politician, and motivational speaker

Brown and his twin brother, born in a Miami ghetto, were adopted at six weeks of age by a single woman. He was hyperactive as a child and labeled a slow learner. After high school he became a radio DJ, then broadcasting manager, community activist, political commentator, legislator, emcee, and award-winning motivational speaker and writer, with his own promotional company, commanding over $10,000 per speaking engagement.

He has been married twice and has six children.

References

Brown, Les. Live Your Dreams. (New York: William Morrow & Co.) "Les Brown: Renowned Public Speaker." [Includes portrait]. Available at: [1] Engber, Andrea. "Raised without Daddy," Single Mother, 13 (July/August 1993). Also available at: [2] Biography Resource Center. "Les Brown, 1945-." Available at: [3]

Indexes