Realizing how the myth of Cuba overpowers the reality of Cuba in the minds of most Americans.
Dr. Vibe asks a group of African American men on the status of being white.
Dr. Vibe asks a group of African American men for their opinions on the 2016 American Presidential election
Courage is only real when you oppose the tyranny of the majority and risk losing something for what others can have later.
On the eve of Election Day in Philadelphia, the Obamas and the Clintons faced a record-breaking crowd with a plea to vote.
Dr. Vibe asks a group of African America men why most Americans are not as excited about this year’s Presidential election as they were about the 2008 election.
We’ve been in an abusive relationship with patriarchy and empire for a long time. But we are making progress.
Dr. Vibe asks if there is hope for reducing racism and colorism in America.
Want to know what an unaccountable, menacing, totalitarian dictator looks and sounds like? Play back the second presidential debate and watch the man who seeks the United States presidency exhibit his version of democracy and visionary leadership.
If we truly want to live in a world that respects everyone equally, then it’s essential that we train our kids well.
The statement on Birtherism from the Trump campaign isn’t true, shifts blame, and is absent of an apology.
Mr. Obama really, really, really wants Mrs. Hillary Clinton elected and he’s really, really, really annoyed by Mr. Trump and the news media.
The silencing of black celebrities by the white status quo
The President’s recent article in “Glamour” resonated strongly for Mike Berry.
With the Democratic and Republican National Conventions in the history books, Erin Kelly ponders America’s responsibility to elect the next US President.
Two conventions, two weeks, two different Americas.