The Brothers Round Table
Hosting community engagement, educational, civic, and entrepreneurship activities in targeted neighborhoods.
Who We Are
We exist to awaken Kings. We seek to bring forth the magnificence of manhood that dwells within our brothers, our sons and ourselves. We give of ourselves to embolden leaders that will transform homes and communities across the world. We aim to discover, develop, and model the blueprint of success that those who seek may follow. We desire to re-establish a standard of manhood, fatherhood, and servant leadership.
In the Brothers Roundtable we focus on four issues.
Most of the violence we see in our communities are due to poverty and the lack of education. So if we address these four issues then that would stop a lot of the senseless violence. Join the Brothers Round Table and come work with like minded brothers.
What We Do
Reinforcing our Commitment
Our Roundtable members consist of local African diaspora men that volunteer their time to clean up their neighborhood, and their mind. One Saturday out of each month, our members join together to pick up the trash in a specific neighborhood. We encourage all to sign up to join the clean up movement. Take advantage of this great community building activity, and show your community that you take pride in yourself by cleaning up your living environment.
Educational and Cultural Activities
One Step at a Time
Our core activity is to clean up our neighborhood. As we accomplish our clean up goal, it is equally important to clean up our minds. How do we do this? We host monthly educational seminars, educational movies, and motivational speakers each to host a community activity for all to enjoy.
“I have learned that success is to be measured not so much by the position that one has reached in life as by the obstacles which he has overcome while trying to succeed.”
Booker T. Washington
Choose A Chapter
Get involved with our work here at The Brothers Round Table. We truly appreciate each and every effort. Become a valuable part of our Non-Profit Organization and help to strengthen our operations.
Lord Danavan Hylton
Corey Jenkins Sr
Shaheed Abdur Rahman
Meet Some of Our Brothers
The owner of Big A tires for 12 years, and current owner of Kijiji's grocery store
Co-founder of the Black family Talks Radio program, and co-founder of the Brothers Roundtable
Former principal and teacher of Clara Muhammad School
Campaign manager for Danavan Hylton, 2015 candidate for Metro Nashville’s second district council member
Brother YouGene Hill
Co founder of the Black Family Talks
Cofounder of the Brothers Roundtable
Attended American Baptist College
Great father, husband & community activist.
Mental health counselor and therapist
Masters degree in health management
Published book author for topics dealing with race and culture
Liberal arts college graduate and primary school teacher
Former Memphis police officer, training academy instructor, and legal adviser for the Shelby County Sheriff’s Office
Middle Tennessee Attorney for corporate America
Regular mentoring volunteer at the Shelby County Juvenile Detention Center
Owner/CEO Local Clothing Systems LLC
Founder/Bulletproofed Inc. nonprofit 501c3, and Founder/Director Black Fathers Matter of Tennessee
Tennessee University Computer Science Graduate, Plumbers & Pipe-fitters Local 572 Trade School Member, Nashville Peacemakers Educator, US ARMY terrain analyst engineer in construction, electrical, welding
Member of Black Fathers Matter Rights Restorations and MeHarry-Vanderbilt Alliance Member
Founder/Principal of Hughes & Co., Co-Founder of Cultural Diversity Initiatives, LLC
Blogger, content curator, community organizer, movement builder
Fisk University graduate, Movement School Fellow, New Leaders Council Fellow, Southern Coalition For Social Justice Fellow, Vanderbilt Divinity School, Public Theology & Racial Justice Fellow
Black Voters Matter Fund Member, TN Statewide Coordinator, Metro Nashville Community Oversight Board Member (MNCO), and NAACP Nashville- Civic Engagement Chair
Lord Danavan Hylton
Nashville small business owner and marketing expert
Former board member for the Bordeaux North Nashville Chamber of Commerce
Advisory Board Member for the Congo Renaissance Breath Corp
Former elected official within Davidson County, Tennessee
Former program director/co-founder at Homework Hotline; MNPS alternative school Instructor
Co-founder 3M; board member JUMP CDC; former Campaign Manager for winning Metro Council member
Co-founder Nashville Game Company; co-founder of E3 Consulting and F.I.app/Legacy Living; licensed Life-Health & Disability agent
BA Economics from Morehouse, MAT from Belmont, student-teacher of alternative structures for associations, securing wealth, ForEx-Crypto trading; Financial Literacy coach