What It’s Really Like To Live A Day In The Life Of A Black Man In America

What It’s Really Like To Live A Day In The Life Of A Black Man In America

Dr. Vibe asks some black American men what is life really like for them Dr. Vibe moderates a discussion with Victory Unlimited and Mike Ramey in which they provide their comments on the following stories: The Dr. Vibe Show™: Roger Goodell NFL Press Conference The Dr. Vibe Show™: Adrian Peterson’s “Switch” Worse Than Ray Rice’s […]

What White People Can Do About The Killing Of Black Men In America?

What White People Can Do About The Killing Of Black Men In America?

Dr. Vibe asks a group of black men what white Americans can prevent the killing of black men in their country Dr. Vibe hosts a discussion with: Victory Unlimited, Kaleb J. Hill and Anthony N. Morgan in which they discuss the following stories: The Dr. Vibe Show™: CDC Obesity Data Reveals Wide Gap Between White […]

Dear Black Men: A Letter for You

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From the heart, Felicia Roche shares how she feels about black men.

Why I Needed To Become A Big Brother

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LeRon Barton thought that boys needed to be toughened up, until he started mentoring one. My mother had always told me when I was younger, “If you’re not helping out, then you are not doing anything,” and that had stuck with me for a long time. From volunteering in soup kitchens, tutoring people in computer […]

Just Because You’re Black Doesn’t Mean You Have to Be a Victim

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Kimanzi Constable’s mother told him to never play the “victim card.” She said that if he wanted something badly enough, it didn’t matter what color his skin was — he could make it happen.

The First Black Mayor of Philadelphia and His Story of Service

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Approaching 80 years strong, Reverend W Wilson Goode, Sr., still serves the community.

Dancing While Lying Dead In The Street

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“You can lynch us or beat us or shoot us, but that will never diminish our courage. Our legacy as a tenacious people will remain.”