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Dr. Candice Bledsoe is the director of the Action Research Center in Dallas, Texas. Her research explores the impact of race, gender, and class in higher education contexts. She has received numerous fellowships including: The National Endowment of the Humanities, the New Leadership Academy, National Center for Institutional Diversity, University of Michigan, and Boone Texas Project for Human Rights Education. Dr. Bledsoe is the recipient of the 2013 SMU Women’s Symposium Profiles of Community Leadership Award. She received her Doctorate in Education from The University of Southern California. Dr. Bledsoe also holds degrees from Southern Methodist University and Baylor University.

Dr. Bledsoe was on our show talking about her article Excellence Does Not Shield Black Students from Racism

During our conversation, Dr. Bledsoe talked about:

– Some of her background and how the important role her grandparents and her parents played in raising her
– Where did her passion for social justice come from
– The background behind the article
– The importance of parents speaking to their children on the importance of being human
– Does she feel that education is the economic equalizer for Blacks
– Some information on the Cutting Edge Youth Summit
– Her calls to action to Americans

You can contact Dr. Bledsoe via:

Twitter
Cutting Edge Youth Summit
Facebook

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Dr. Vibe


Dr. James Thomas Jones III is an award-winning and celebrated History Professor who is an expert in Race Studies, Manhood Studies, and Cultural Diversity. A graduate of The Ohio State University, Dr. Jones has earned the following degrees:

African-American and African Studies (Bachelor of Arts)
African-American and African Studies (Master of Arts)
History (Master of Arts)
History (Doctorate of Philosophy)

Dr. Jones has facilitated educational workshops and symposiums in the areas listed below.

Cultural Diversity
Racial Reconciliation
Paving a Path to Success for African-American children
The Value of Diversity in both the corporate and educational arena
Race Matters

Dr. Jones is a motivational speaker whose message has been celebrated by a multi-racial/ethnic audience. The creator of the website Manhood, Race, and Culture, Dr. Jones’ philosophy is, “by illuminating your path to success, you are simultaneously honoring those that came before you and aiding those who are currently traveling with you and assisting that are yet to come.”

Dr. Jones III was on our show talking about his article IT AIN’T MY FAULT!!!!!!!”: BLACK MEN RESPOND TO THE INSINUATION THAT THEY ARE RESPONSIBLE FOR DECLINING MARRIAGE RATES IN BLACK AMERICA.

During our conversation, Dr. Jones III talked about:

– Some of his background including growing up in a steel town in the state of Ohio
– the positive influences that his parents and the community had in his life when he was growing up
– How he ended up going to The Ohio State University after being away from school for two and a half years
– the story behind the Manhood, Race, and Culture and the article
– The response to the article from African American men and women
– Why he feels “The conflict over love and matrimony is Black America’s latest internal civil war.” and why does he feel this “civil war” exists
– The effect that the media and Black fatherhood has on this subject
– If African American society should any responsibility for this situation
– How he feels that this situation is becoming more widespread
– The effects of this situation and why he feels Black America is heading for a split

You can contact Dr. Jones III via:

Website
Facebook
Twitter

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Dr. Vibe


This year, as Canada celebrates its 150th anniversary, ByBlacks.com would love to also celebrate Black Canadian fathers that provide the necessary emotional and financial support for their children daily.

The Father Project will showcase over 150 Black fathers from across Greater Toronto and highlight their perspective on being a dad in this modern day society.

In the profiles, each father will reflect on their relationship with their own father and how that has affected their relationship with their children.

The men selected will be drawn from various walks of life showing the diversity in ethnic background, marital status, sexuality, religious beliefs and socioeconomic standing within Canada. The Father Project want to demonstrate and celebrate inclusivity in parenting.

Two of the participants of The Father Project, Mello Ayo of The Lions Circle and RogerDundas of ByBlacks.com shared about some of their fatherhood journey.

During our conversation, they talked about:

– The story behind The Father Project
– Their reflections on how they were raised by their fathers
– How are they raising they children differently from the way their father raised them
– The biggest misconceptions and biggest concerns when it comes to black fatherhood
– Next steps for The Father Project

 

 

 

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The panelist for last Sunday’s show was: Dr. Lawrence A. Rasheed.

Dr. Rasheed commented on the following stories:

The Dr. Vibe Show™: This Lying, Murdering Whore Called America

The Dr. Vibe Show™: Bill Cosby Trial – Mistrial Declared As Jury Deadlocks

The Dr. Vibe Show™: 3 Myths About Gun Violence

The Dr. Vibe Show™: Implicit Bias – Is Everyone Racist? 

The Dr. Vibe Show™: Black Men, Black Fathers – Accepting Challenges, Embracing Responsibility

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Karen Fleshman is a Racial Equity Trainer, Huffington Post blogger, and Government Accountability Activist. Her mission is to build and support a community of people committed to love, learning, accountability, and action on race in America.

Ms. Fleshman was on our show talking about Antiracism In America.

During our conversation, Ms. Fleshman talked about:

– Some of her background
– Where did her social justice journey began
– The initial response from her family, friends and communities of color to her social justice journey
– Her definitions of racism and white supremacy
– Anti-racism and white supremacy before, during and post the last American presidential election
– If there any parallels between Adolf Hitler and Donald Trump
– The current state of racism and white supremacy in America
– If America is at war with itself
– Her calls to action for government, communities not of color and communities of color

You can connect with Ms. Flesman via:

Website
Twitter
Linkedin

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Between Sept 2004 – Feb 2006, Tad Hargrave dedicated himself to learning his ancestral language, Scottish Gaelic, in both Nova Scotia and Scotland. He can speak Gaelic pretty good now. He also has a blog called Healing Whiteness: An Exploration of the European Indigenous Soul. he writes at Dear White Men on Facebook and he co-starred in Canada’s second Gaelic language film, The Fiddler’s Reel.

Tad currently lives in Edmonton, Alberta (traditionally known, in the local indigenous language of the Cree, as Amiskwaciy (Beaver Hill) and later Amiskwaciwaskihegan (Beaver Hill House) and his ancestors come primarily from Scotland with some from the Ukraine as well. He is drawn to conversations around politics, history, ancestry, healing and how those all intersect.

Mr. Hargrave was on our show talking about his article Dear White Men.

During our conversation, Mr. Hargrave talked about:

– Some of his background and how he became aware of the challenges that people of color and indigenous face
– The status of the lives of indigenous people and that environmental issues effect indigenous people the most
– The story behind the article
– The two directions that white people go when it comes to race
– Green light, yellow light and red light when it comes to cultural
– The two ways that white respond to racism
– The response to the article
– A call to action for white men

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Dr. Vibe

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Dr. Marcus Bright is a Political Commentator and the Executive Director of Education for a Better America. He previously served an Adjunct Professor of Public Administration and Political Science at Lynn University, Florida Atlantic University and Florida International University. Bright received a Bachelor’s Degree in Government and World Affairs from the University of Tampa, a Master’s Degree in Public Administration from Florida International University, and a Ph.D. in Public Administration from Florida Atlantic University.

Dr. Bright was our show talking about his article Broken Dreams And Financial Illusions: The Secret Depression Of Black Men and Part 2 – Solutions for Broken Dreams and Financial Illusions: The Secret Depression of Black Men.

During our conversation, Dr. Bright talked about:

– Some of his background including where did he get his value about education from and what did his parents and grandparents instill in him and applying for three years before getting into medical schools
– Where did he get his inspiration to write
– The background behind both articles
– Insight about both articles and the reaction to them
– some of the causes of this situation and the effects it is having on Black men and the Black community
– What is Africa America’s role in this issue

You can connect with Dr. Bright via:

Twitter
Huff Post
Email

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LeRon L. Barton is a writer from Kansas City, Mo that currently resides in San Francisco, Ca. He has been writing poetry, screenplays, and short stories since he was way young. LeRon’s essays have appeared in Salon, The Good Men Project, Those People, Alternet,SF Bayview, Buzzfeed, Gorilla Convict, and Elephant Journal. His first book, Straight Dope: A 360 degree look into American drug culture was released in Feb 2013. LeRon’s new book, All We Really Need Is Love: Stories of dating, relationships, heartbreak, and marriage is available at Amazon.

Mr. Barton was live on our show talking about his article Stop Blaming Trump for Racism (It was Already Here).

During our conversation, Mr. Barton talked about:

– Short background including where the passion for writing came from
– The story behind the article
– America’s history of racism
– Why some people feel that the election of Donald Trump brought out racism
– The story behind America’s Greatest Racist Hits
– Some of the racism directed to Barack and Michelle Obama
– His thoughts on the Alt-Right, Jeff Sessions
– Will African Americans be able to overcome racism on their own
– The role of economics in overcoming raising in America
– The future of racism in America
– the significance of the Trayvon Martin incident in the history of racism in America
– If he likes white people

You can connect with Mr. Barton via:

Website
Twitter
Facebook
Instagram

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The panelists for the show were: Rodney Kellum, Dr. Lawrence Rasheed, LeRon Barton and Galen Bingham.

The panelists commented on the following stories:

The Dr. Vibe Show™: Trump – I’m Willing To Testify Under Oath About Comey’s Claims; Also, The President Is A Big-Ass Liar

The Dr. Vibe Show™: Bill Cosby’s Trial Is A Test for America

The Dr. Vibe Show™: Yes, There Is A Free Speech Crisis. But Its Victims Are Not White Men

The Dr. Vibe Show™: Social Isolation Is A Serious Dilemma For Too Many Men

The Dr. Vibe Show™: I’m Boycotting The NFL Because Of Its Anti-Blackness

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