Why I Don’t Say ‘White Privilege’

LeRon Barton suggests a different way to approach race issues.

What We Talk About When We Talk About Race

Dr. Vibe asks some Black American men about the state of race in their country at the start of a new year

They Love Our Culture, But They Don’t Love Us

Are our deaths so commonplace that people look at it as the way of life? Or do they just look at Black people as just entertainment?

Do White Americans Yearn For The 1950s, When Black And White Americans Were Segregated?

Dr. Vibe asks if White America would like to revert to the times of segreation

The Walking Dead: No More

Not one more minute will I devote to watching Black men portrayed as weak, spineless and ineffective.

Race And Our “Oh This Again” Attitude

Changing our laws is like changing our clothes. The outside changes, but the inside doesn’t.

Black Dads Are Overcoming Obstacles For Self, Children And Community

Dr. Vibe asks a group of Black men how Black fathers are overcoming many obstacles in order to be the best that they can be

After The Charleston Shootings What Is Next?

Dr.Vibe hosts a discussion with African American men in which the discuss the Charleston shooting tragedy and what they want to happen in its aftermath

Answering the Call: White People Showing Up for Racial Justice

An interview with national leaders of the Showing Up for Racial Justice network

Every White Person is Aiding and Abetting Terrorism Unless Naming Institutional and Cultural White Supremacy in #Charleston

Chris Crass explains the ways in which white folks nurture racism by refusing to call it by its name.

Remembering the First Time You Were Called the N-Word

Many of these people were just children the first time someone used the N-word to harm them.

What Are Black Men Saying About Baltimore Uprising 2015? (Part 1 Of 2)

Dr. Vibe asks Black men from the United States, Canada and England on their thoughts about Baltimore Uprising 2015

The Civil War: The One We Fought, The One We’re Still Fighting

It officially ended 150 years ago on April 9 in Appomattox with General Lee’s surrender, but the deep divisions that produced the Civil War still roil our national psyche.

This is How Stupid You Look When You Stereotype People

One woman assumes Louis CK is going to co-sign her bigotry… but she doesn’t know he’s actually Mexican.

The Death Of Martin Luther King And The State Of Civil Rights In America

Dr. Vibe asks a group of Black men about the state of civil rights in America forty-seven years after the assassination of Martin Luther King Jr.