Black men tell Dr. Vibe why Black lives matter to Black Men
Dr. Vibe asks Stephen Thrasher of The Guardian about the reasons for the growing number of suicides by Black Americans
Anthony Horowitz, author of the most recent Bond installment, Trigger Mortis, called actor Idris Elba “too street” for the iconic role. And I call “racism.”
Dr. Vibe asks some Black men about how challenging it can be for Black reporters to report on unarmed Blacks who are dying in encounters with police
Dr. Vibe asks a group of African American men if African Americans have a case to claim refugee status
Dr. Vibe gets the thoughts of Black men one year after the death of Michael Brown
“Every single day folks are dying. Not being able to take another breath. We are in a state of emergency. If you don’t feel that emergency, you are not human.” Patriss Cullors
“This gotta end, where do we begin? Rest in peace… Tray, Eric, Mike, and all black men.”
Dr. Vibe hosts a discussion with a group of Black men where they compare the attention given to the death of Cecil the lion versus the Black Lives Matter movement
Dr. Vibe asks a group of African American men for their the thoughts on a recent survey in which white people are half as likely as black people to see that racism a major problem
“Forget what the media says … Forget what politicians say … It’s time for the wake-up call … It’s time to put your glasses on.”
Meg Ainsworth was disowned for dating a black man, so she knows a thing or two about racism.
Dr. Vibe hosts a discussion in which Christien Levien of Legalswipe (mobile app that gives you basic legal rights during interactions with police) explains the app to a group of African American men
Examining institutionalized racism’s psychological and philosophical roots and how to combat it.