Dr. Warren Blumenfeld pledges his allegiance to humanity, not to the American flag.
Martin Luther King
Is There a Balm in Gilead? For Bayard Rustin On a street where it’s alwayssummer, on a daywhen it’s always 1948,your song rises into ether:“There Is a Balm in Gilead.” Even though I neverknew you, your singingcalls me. My ears consumethe timbre of your spirituals.When your wordssoared to India, you metMahatma Gandhi, his acheglowing from…
Embed from Getty Images—How Poverty Affects Children: The Stresses of Poverty and its Impact on ParentingIn spite of America’s claim to be a place where all people are free and equal, the amount of economic mobility that people can achieve is relatively small. According to a recent article in The Atlantic , “…the amount of…
Scott Douglas Jacobsen and guest, Lawrence Hill, who is one of Canada’s most distinguished and published authors, discuss everything in Hill’s purview.
The middle ground is trying to unite white communities with the dream of Dr. King and away from the nightmare of white supremacy.
Dr. Vibe asks a group of Black American men if there will be another black president.
Protest marches are timeless, but so is strategy, sustainability and substance; all must work together, or a hunger for change will pervade society.
If we can figure out how to make racism unprofitable, we just might make steps towards eliminating systemic inequity.
If black people in America are not free, then none of us are really free.
The silencing of black celebrities by the white status quo
We wake up to news that the prior night an innocent person was killed at point-blank range. We come back from lunch to news of a mass shooting in a public gathering place. We drive home from work but have to go around downtown because there’s a bomb scare. We sit down to dinner and…
I see him fall like a sunflower being picked.
Steve Nazarian shares three snapshots he has encountered and seeks conversations and solutions to his question.
While much of the world is creating fear and attacking, speaking truth requires standing for something._________________Last fall I saw a play about civil rights leader Bayard Rustin, and since then haven’t been able to get away from this phrase, “speak truth to power”. It just keeps reverberating in my head.This phrase seems to be used…
Understanding Other Cultures Helps Reduce the Racial Divide
To make changes in the motion picture industry, black actors must—in addition to boycotting—build institutions.