He Talk Like a White Boy
He spoke to students at the Young America’s Foundation’s Reagan Ranch High School Conference.
Joseph Phillips talked about his book He Talk Like a White Boy: Reflections on Faith, Family, Politics and Authenticity, published by Running Press Book Publishers. He described his experiences as a black conservative in Hollywood and explored the development of his political views. He shared his thoughts on family, faith, character, and identity. He also responded to audience members' questions.
He spoke to students at the Young America’s Foundation’s Reagan Ranch High School Conference. close
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