Dr. Vibe hosts a conversation with a group of black men where they comment on Prince’s comment at the recent Grammy Awards
Dr. Vibe asks a group of Black men if Black History Month is still necessary
Dr. Vibe asks some Black American men if the police are serving and protecting Black America.
Dr. Vibe hosts a discussion with Victory Unlimited, Henri Morris, Clive Henry and Dr. Marvin Thompson in which they describe what it is like for Blacks in corporate world and what Blacks need to do to help others Blacks survive and excel in the corporate world.
Dr. Vibe asks a group of black men if liberals are helping not preventing black men from going into prison
When Ernie Banks played baseball, white boys weren’t supposed to idolize black men. Fortunately, most white boys didn’t know that.
Dr. Vibe hosts a discussion with to find out the future of #BlackLivesMatter and the conservative/police backlash to the struggle against police brutality and to reform the criminal justice system Dr. Vibe asks David A. Love, a writer and human rights advocate based in Philadelphia, about the #BlackLivesMovement, policing and the criminal justice system in […]
Gary Almeter hears a song being whistled, and his reaction forces him to confront assumptions about others…and himself.
Dr. Vibe asks some black men about white privilege
Dr. Vibe asks a group of black men about their thoughts about 2014
Dr. Vibe hosts a discussion with a group of black American men about the relationship between black men and the police and race in post-Ferguson America Dr. Vibe asks Kelvyn Anderson, Executive Director, Philadelphia Police Advisory Commission; Greg Brinkley, Retired correctional officer, Graterford Prison; Shakeil Greeley, a 21 year-old senior attending the University of Pennsylvania […]
Anthony Carter challenges the idea that being color-blind is the best way to improve society and bring about equality.
Dr. Vibe asks H.A. Goodman why he thinks black men carrying a gun in holster will end racial profiling in America After the deaths of Trayvon Martin and Eric Garner, Hal Goodman tells Dr. Vibe how black men carrying guns will end racial profiling of black American men. Photo: AP
Brandon Greene wanted to make sure that his tiny son did not miss this moment in their shared history.
The Gravity of Injustice on Our Souls – A Response to Ferguson, Garner, and the Paradox of the Black Attorney
How do conscious activist professionals handle the struggle of expectations, responsibilities, and fear?
Dr. Vibe asks a panel of Black American men, “What is Black America’s next move after the Michael Brown grand jury decision?”
Brandon Greene opens up about being a young black lawyer navigating his job and his peers in the midst of current events.