Baisden is committed to advancing the global community to a better place. His contribution for the campaign is not from corporate sponsors, but is coming directly from his wallet. "You see that's our problem, if we can't make a profit off helping people, we don't do it. While I welcome corporations and others to support us, I can't wait for their budget cycles to make a decision," Baisden said.
Over the past eight years, the outspoken and sometimes controversial radio pioneer has advocated for civil rights issues, campaigned for voter registration, supported free health clinics, and promoted mentoring with a 70-city bus tour.
Most recently Baisden took his microphone to Occupy Wall Street in New York, engaging his listeners up close and personal with protesters from the site.
"As President Obama said, we can't wait 14 months; some of my listeners won't survive another 14 weeks. We have to do something now!"
In addition to his "Million Dollar Business Pitch" campaign, Baisden continues to break boundaries with the release of his new e-novel entitled, "Never Satisfied: Do Men Know What The Want?" on Baisden Publishing; and his new film, " Do Women Know What They Want ?" on TimeLife, slated for release later this year. Baisden's other popular titles, "Men Cry in the Dark," "The Maintenance Man," and "God's Gift to Women," can be found on Amazon.com.