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"Authors & Artists in April" interview for the Journey to Legacy show features Vincent E. White, who has been featured on ABC and NBC news networks, and scheduled for CBS (3/28) for his book, turned stage play, "Finding Chris, My Father."
Hear about an epic story of a young man's perseverance to find his biological father in his ongoing quest toward adulthood which outlines the internal struggles that he had to endure during the strenuous and gut-wrenching process. Listen to vivid candor as he expresses feelings of a jailed step-father, fatherlessness, identity crisis, questions of his manhood, growing up with bullies, a fragmented family, and much more! His book is a coming of age memoir personally written and powerfully-packed with enormous amounts of truth, confusion, and abandonment, which lead to faith in abundance, family togetherness, & ultimate triumph over adversity.
Who is raising your kids?
why is there recklessness and fear of taking responsibility for our children?
Does it make any difference in both or the missing parent if they comeback or reconcile after many years?
Is there a difference between African parents and West Indian parents?
This podcast discusses the symptoms of fatherless daughters during adulthood and provides tips on how to overcome many of the obstacles they face.
The title of the book referenced in this episode is "Whatever Happened to Daddy's Little Girl?: The Impact of Fatherlessness on Black Women" by Jonetta Rose Barras.
Episode correction: Next live show will be airing September 14th at 8am Pacific and 11am Eastern.
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Join us as we have an in depth discussion about prison life. Our guest Arthor, Shawn Gardner will be giving us insight that most men dont want to talk about concerning prison. This is the show for children and young adults that may need a wake up call, a reality slap to get their life on track.
We, the adults, have allowed the insanity of crime and prison conviction of youth to become an accepted part of Urban life. For too many young men, jail has become like a rite of passage. Unfortunately, it creates a cycle of poverty and broken families and fatherless children an more gang crime. What will it take to end the cycle and regain control of our families? Prison reform activist Queen Mother Rev. Helen Sinclair and peace activist and former candidate for Illinois Governor Tio Hardiman discuss strategies for crime prevention and rehabilitation of convicted youth
How does a woman get her Boaz, David or Joseph? Seriously. This is probably one of the toughest things for the modern day woman. On a special GPSme edition, we feature a live interview with a panel of men who are seeking to mold a new generation of male leaders. Hear from founder of The Role Call Pastor Andre Harrison, founder of IjustMetMe Tobi Atte and ESPN Analyst and founder of KING Chris Broussard.
Talk radio host managing editor of NEWD Magazine Tiffani Knowles and Tasha Phipps gab for an hour about trends, music, faith and much more. Every week we interview a super cool guest appealing to a faith-filled, urban twentysomething market.
In this episode of the Overcome Your Limits Radio Show, host Christopher E. Powell speaks with Dr. Adolph Brown III.
Dr. Adolph Brown III is the Founder, President, and CEO of The Leadership & Learning Institute. As a former public school educator & credentialed administrator, full tenured university professor, university dean & businessman, Dr. Brown has studied and worked along side highly successful leaders & educators. He has taken his over 25 years experience and has developed core competencies that are expressed in everything successful business leaders and educators do.Thanks to his hard work, his faith and attitude, and a caring village like you, Adolph has overcome an upbringing of extreme poverty and violence, welfare, fatherlessness, and a single-mother led household to be with you today. Dr. Brown has become one of the world’s most popular speakers with his unique ability to inform as well as entertain. He is famous for his practical toolkit and loved for his inspirational messages. He brings ” the content and the crazy!”. Dr. Brown blends humorous stories with truisms or “REAL TALK” and research to challenge his audiences to live and work more positively. Through his books, audio & video recordings and television & radio talk shows, audiences and individuals continue to love his powerful message delivered in a singular, unorthodox yet down-to-earth style.
For more information visit: www.docspeaks.com
Brown Girl Collective celebrates BOLD, Brilliant and Beautiful women and girls of African descent by paying homage to our past and sharing our present, while preparing for our future.
Hosted by BGC founder Marcie L. Thomas, this show focuses on the relationship between a girl and her father and the lifelong impact that it can have on her life: for better or for worse.
Special Guests include:
Janks Morton: Janks is a groundbreaking and award winning filmmaker and advocate for Black Americans. As founder of iYAGO ENTERTAINMENT GROUP, LLC, he has been in the edutainment industry for more than 20 years and is a much sought-after teacher, lecturer, commentator and motivational speaker. Janks is the producer of Dear Daddy, a feature-length documentary about the lifelong effects of fatherlessness on women.
Fred Goodall aka MOCHA DAD: A Top 50 Dad Blogger, Fred created Mocha Dad in 2008 to chronicle his life as a father and to counter the negative stereotypes regarding black fatherhood. Through his platform, he provides a first hand account of a black father who is intimately involved in his children’s lives. In addition to sharing his experiences as a father of 3 (two boys and a girl), he also motivates other fathers to be more actively engaged and involved with their children.