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.
Dr. Vibe asks a group of Black men, “how can Whites understand #blacklivesmatter?”
What’s our message?: After the Orlando shooting, America must define and distribute widely its message in order to combat self-radicalization.
With no visible minority candidate running to be America’s next president, Dr. Vibe asks a group of Black men if Blacks and Latino are going to vote in the upcoming November presidential election
Dr. Vibe asks a group of Black men if they agree with Larry Wilmore calling President Obama the “N-Word”
This was a year of reckoning wherein a whole lot of sinners got their comeuppance.
April 9th is National Former Prisoner of War Recognition Day. What do you have to say to them?
President Obama is wrong for trying to convince Democratic donors that Clinton’s victory over Sanders is inevitable.
Dr. Vibe asks some Black men about the support of many Black Americans of Bill and Hillary Clinton
The immediate politicization of Mr. Scalia’s death, particularly by the Republicans, just seems a bit tacky, disrespectful, and opportunistic.
Embed from Getty Images The President is almost always aiming to unite others when he speaks, unlike Mr. Trump, who without question is the most polarizing figure in the 2016 race for the presidency. — New York Times columnist, Mr. David Brooks today took the words right out my mouth with his Op-Ed entitled ‘I…
Mr. Bernie Sanders and Ms. Hillary Clinton gave almost identical answers when asked about reparations, yet only the Vermont Senator got negative feedback.
Senator Bernie Sanders, once the victim of a media blackout, is no longer the invisible man.
Dr. Vibe asks some Black American men about the state of race in their country at the start of a new year