The lesson is to survive.
We are beautiful human beings who refuse to be seen as racist objectifications conceptualized by a white racial framing.
Which one is your favorite?
Dr. Vibe asks a group of Black men about their thoughts on San Francisco 49ers quarterbacks Colin Kaepernick decision to sit down during the national anthem before last Friday’s game against the Green Bay Packers
Dr. Vibe asks a group of Black men what is the best way to mentor Black males.
As a gentleman, do you think this quote is accurate? What are your initial thoughts?
Dr. Vibe asks a group of Black men if old and new Black civil rights activists are working together or growing apart?
Dr. Vibe asks a group of Black men, “how can Whites understand #blacklivesmatter?”
“I am sorry for all the driving, I don’t want to destroy the Earth, but there is no city that takes kindly to my footsteps when the moon is out.”
When you’re a 6’2″ 210-pound, gay, black male the bad guys might be out to get you. But you can still have an open heart.
What to do to in order to walk away alive.
Molly Pennington is a white woman married to a black man who’s often profiled and harassed. Irrational fear of black men has to stop.
For black men, Prince set the stage for a different kind of acceptable identity.
Dr. Vibe asks some Black men about the support of many Black Americans of Bill and Hillary Clinton
In the American collective imagination, they can be alternately threatening and violent, shiftless and lazy, or hapless and hilarious, but all too seldom do we see black men who are beautiful, spiritual, joyful, disciplined, united. A group of straight, older black men singing at the top of their lungs about how much they love each other? A rarity indeed.
Rufus and Jenny Triplett, authors of Surviving Parenting in the 21st Century, reflect on the standards they set in raising their sons as black and Muslim men.