Since 1960 the Dallas Cowboys and the Washington NFL team have enjoyed a rivalry that Sports Illustrated has called “one of the greatest in sports.” Now, Native American “Not Your Mascot” activists are speaking back to the NFL and its outdated “Cowboys and Indians” show.
The fact is that since the dawn of the republic, we have always been a politically fractured nation.
Rochelle Fritsch’s husband’s instinct is to protect his daughter. She wants him to protect her not just as a woman, but as a bi-racial woman who will be seen, more often than not, as black.
Matthew Rozsa discusses the concept of honor… and how we should use that concept to truly understand why the KKK is so repugnant.
Julie France reflects on the similarities between the racial tensions in the United States and Israel.
Matthew Rozsa argues that it’s time for Americans to pay their debt to non-whites suffering from racial discrimination.
Ramone Romero, on why Redsk*ns’ fans should #ChangeTheName.
Dr. Vibe asks a group of black men if they use racist words and phrases without even knowing it.
Welcome to racism in the USA. Don’t let the relatively infrequent “loud” examples trick you into believing racism is a thing of the past.
Samuel Mahaffy is a man coming clean about his prejudice against white males in this culture—particularly surprising because he is one.
Dr. Vibe hosts a panel discussion in which men discuss why some blacks feel that black men are hypersexual, dangerous, idle, unemployable, criminal and the epitome of death and doom.
Dr. Vibe asks a panel of men the reasons why young Black men resort to violence.
Dr. Vibe and a panel of men discuss how black players from the Miami Dolphins are supporting Ritchie Incognito, the man accused of bullying teammate Jonathan Martin.
Dr. Vibe launches a new weekly roundtable radio show covering recent news pertaining to men