Author Vincent Ellis White on “Conversations Of A Sistah”


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Due to the “father factor”, affecting most of the social issues in America today-from police brutality, to youth delinquency and academic failures-breakdowns in the system have become all too prevalent. This underscores the fact that children with involved fathers do better across every statistic on child well-being than their peers in father-absent homes. 

Author of “Finding Chris My Father”, A New Book About Absentee Fathers That’s changing Thousands of Lives. A stable at-home dad was something yearned for by author/advocate Vincent Ellis White (pictured above) when he was a kid. Seeing how it led to rage and rebellion in his own life, he now focuses on mentoring, healthy family advocacy, & strengthening families by way of creating awareness and open dialogue to help address similar problems faced by youths dealing with the father factor.

The Richmond, Virginia native has become an inspiration to a rapidly growing audience with a book and a stage play that has made even hardened ex-cons stand up and weep. The realization that the frequently incarcerated father he knew, troubled, or not, was not his blood-kin filled his teenage years with anger and confusion.

Tune into “Conversations Of A Sistah” on Blog Talk Radio at 6:30 p.m. tonight as I welcome the author and discuss his new book “Finding Chris My Father” .

All “Conversations” links in this post will access the show.

See you on the air!

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41 thoughts on “Author Vincent Ellis White on “Conversations Of A Sistah”

      • I could’ve listened to him all night.
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        CoSign! His story is compelling.

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      • I could’ve listened to him all night.
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        ME2 DAISY. PARENTS DON’T REALIZE HOW THEY MESS THEIR CHILDREN UP WITH THE LIES.

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      • PARENTS DON’T REALIZE HOW THEY MESS THEIR CHILDREN UP WITH THE LIES.
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        Cosign and black folk good fa keeping secrets. Now I’m dying to read his book wondering what kinda secrets his mom kept.

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      • PARENTS DON’T REALIZE HOW THEY MESS THEIR CHILDREN UP WITH THE LIES.
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        Trace said her moms lied to her too. had her calling her uncles heifers aunty 😆

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      • Trace said her moms lied to her too. had her calling her uncles heifers aunty
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        Parents be thinking they protecting you when in all actuality they fucking you up! Smh

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  1. Oh My…..He’s Nice looking….but um how ya buy his book? He doesn’t have a website? C’mon Tra this is half assed.

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  2. I think it’s beautiful that God restored his relationship with his biological dad. Tracy you are an awesome host!! You ask all the RIGHT questions. Good show. Good!

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  3. Good show. But he has been thru hell and back!
    God bless him. I need to get his book.

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  4. what dude talked about is a troubling epidemic in our society. He was a good guest Tra!!

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  5. Good show Trace. On that note…..It’s a lotta men raising somebody else’s child.

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  6. Oh gosh I enjoyed him. I gotta get his book just to hear/read what kinda secrets his family kept? I wanted Tracy to ask him so bad if he had been molested or anything twisted like that as a kid coming up?

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  7. Ok folks just SHUTTIN DOWN this dude over on the “CONVERSATIONS OF A SISTAH” facebook page. *rolls eyes*

    Dude rocked the house! I loved him…he was so cool. and down to earth!

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  8. Vincent Ellis White blew my mind with his memoir….and if nothing good comes out of everything he went through he’s at least restored his relationship with his father.

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  9. When a woman has no covering (in the home), her house is open prey to the enemy. Y’all heard what he said about the man he thought was his father, he started abusing his mama when she wanted to tell him the truth.

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