“I envied the carpet for going unnoticed.”
Why does colorism amongst Black people continue to exist?
Reflections on race and humanness during a lengthy stay in Johannesburg, South Africa.
“I will not let you tell me that the Africa in my back is something that I should be ashamed of. I will not let you tell me that I should quiet these drums.”
In a neighborhood rife with racial tension, a local girl falls for a recent immigrant who is the victim of prejudice and shame.
Dr. Vibe asked two Black American thought leaders about the added pressure that Black women who have been sexually assaulted including suggestions from other African-Americans that they are being disloyal to their race by calling out prominent men among them.
Are you really giving the performance of your life?
The two high profile cases could make view of Black men by some less positive
‘Like so many teachable moments, this conversation snuck up and took me by surprise.’
LeRon L. Barton explains to Dr. Vibe why he has learned to resist the practice of code-switching and consistently present his true self.
Dr. Vibe asks a group of Black male thought leaders if Black men love White women more than Black women.
Who you believe you are impacts the world you see.
Fouad Alaa thinks about some of the cultural differences that affect his relationship.
Alex Yarde looks at this perfect storm of Racism, Sexism and Toxic Masculinity for lessons.
A tip o’ the hat to Hollywood and its changing paradigms of masculinity.
Dr. Vibe asks two Black American thought leaders about the continuing stereotypes that Black quarterbacks deal with