The Ronnie Brown Project is a newly established program through the Jason Taylor Foundation, created to address critical issues and challenges faced by the youth of South Florida on a daily basis.
The “23 WAYS to Stop Youth Violence” program is the first in a series of initiatives developed by Miami Dolphins Pro Bowl Running Back, Ronnie Brown, as part of his newly established “Ronnie Brown Project,” created to address critical issues and challenges faced by the youth of South Florida on a daily basis.
23 WAYS is an anti-violence campaign aimed at middle school and high school students designed to create heightened awareness of the epidemic of violence and bullying today’s young people are experiencing, and to discuss practical solutions to managing the actions and emotions that often lead to violent acts.
23 WAYS to Stop Youth Violence will be spearheaded by Ronnie Brown and supported by his partners in this program, including Teen Truth Live and the Miami-Dade Violence Intervention Project (VIP). Twice a month during the NFL season, Brown and his 23 WAYS team will visit middle schools and high schools in Miami-Dade and Broward counties with a powerful, interactive experience that features motivational speakers, Teen Truth Live’s award-winning documentary and VIP’s staff of law enforcement officials, counselors and social workers. The program will impact more than 10,000 young people over the course of a four month period.