Dr. Vibe asks some Black American men about the state of race in their country at the start of a new year
Opinions and emotions clash over Bill Cosby.
John White reflects on Bill Cosby. How he felt about him then, and how he feels about him now.
As long as police officers evade justice, a large part of the public will feel that citizens, too, no matter the magnitude of their crime should be let off the hook.
The classic saying “when it rains it pours” appears to be in full force as it applies to Bill Cosby.
Hillary Clinton has a rape culture problem… and her supporters need to ask the right questions.
Mark Radcliffe wants you to get some perspective and spew some of your venom toward the accused serial rapist in our midst.
If the rape allegations against Bill Clinton are true, Hillary Clinton needs to get on them right now.
The tragedy of Bill Cosby is that he’s now a memory of what never was.
The admitted racist, the accused rapist and how media, not facts, create heroes.
In taking about Bill Cosby with black men, rape culture was validated, and my role to mitigate it was made clear.
Dr. Vibe asks a group of black men about their thoughts about 2014
Anthony Springer would have to abandon the sexual assault survivors he knows to defend Bill Cosby—and that’s something he’ll never do.
Carly Puch explores the lingering impact of sexual assault against the backdrop of Bill Cosby.
Christopher M. Anderson uses Rolling Stone’s recent retraction about their University of Virginia story about on-campus rape to underscore the crucial need for responsible journalism in cases involving victims.
Billy Flood hopes that in the wait for justice, we can find a way to understand one another and find answers together.