Who is responsible, and who is to blame?
In recent years, men on college campuses have earned the stereotype, often well-deserved, as participants in a culture which enables harassment. One of the greatest joys of my job is seeing that stereotype defied on a daily basis.
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.
How an outspoken independent filmmaker gave voice to those once silenced.
Dr. Vibe asks a pair of Black American thoughts leaders about Black Americans loyalty to the Democratic party.
What is it to be a ‘good’ man? From the perspective of the #MeToo revolution, that is the burning question. For many, the answer seems simple. Perhaps, it is. But, it may not necessarily be so easy, so black and white. Maybe, the answer lies in taking baby steps, embracing slow, long-lasting change. Years of…
The problem of sexual violence is so vast that all people most do their part to shift the culture in a better direction.
Federal action must be taken to protect indigenous women from violence.
White folks need to recognize their privilege when Hollywood celebs mess up. Just because it was a long time ago doesn’t mean they deserve empathy.
Dr. Vibe hosts a conversation with a pair of Black American women and a white Jewish Canadian woman about sexual abuse in the Black community.
When accusations of sexual assault are false, how do we help our sons?
Why sexual assault is not “flattering”…
John Engler and the Larry Nassar scandal.
I feel like I’m in this in-between space where I have deep sympathies for sexual assault victims and am incredibly passionate about issues of rape culture.
Dr. Vibe asks a Black male thought leader about the importance of Black men raising Black boys.
Sexual assault is the pinnacle of systemic and confining exploitation.