Author: Tony L. Harris

The 44th Inaugural Speech

“We remain a young nation, but in the words of Scripture, the time has come to set aside childish things. The time has come to reaffirm our enduring spirit; to choose our better history; to carry forward that precious gift, that noble idea, passed on from generation to generation: the God-given promise that all are equal, all are free, and all deserve a chance to pursue their full measure of happiness.”

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Coach Jim Cleamons of the Los Angeles Lakers

Meet Coach Jim Cleamons. Now, many of you may know a lot about Jim Cleamons…The Athlete, who played in the NBA for 9 years and some of you may actually know more about Jim Cleamons, The Coach who has played a very significant role within the coaching ranks…winning NBA championships with both The Chicago Bulls and also The Los Angeles Lakers. In his career, Coach Cleamons has won a total of 8 NBA championships first as an athlete and then as a coach. His successful NBA career extends well over 35 years and he has no plans of slowing down. However today, we’re hoping to not only talk sports – it is my desire to go deeper and explore more about Jim Cleamons…The Man.

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Billy Ray Brown, Sr.

Meet Coach Brown, a Retired Basketball Coach and Educator who is still going strong as a great leader, father, husband, teacher, minister and author. Listen in to what Coach Brown has to say about the importance of imparting the right wisdom into our children and how we as men must demonstrate good leadership skills doing the difficult times of challenge. Coach Brown believes that the real measure of a man has everything to do with how one relates to The Power of The Holy Spirit and that we must learn how to “live right – right now.”

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Saying Good-bye

A few years ago, after the death of my mother, I invited my father to leave Oklahoma, our home state and to come and live with me in California. It was a very special and happy time for both of us to reunite. This time, we were living under the same roof not solely as father and son but as two grown, single men. It was great for me to learn more about my father and our history as a family. Because now, unlike when I was a kid growing up, I was very interested in learning about our family heritage.

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