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Aisha K. Staggers had her first major publication, an album review, in The New Haven Register while just a sophomore in high school. Another series of reviews published in The Hartford Courant followed. By the time she reached college, Aisha was writing for the literary magazine and interning at a local radio station, ABC-affiliate as a writer in the news department and in the A&R department of an independent record company.

As a graduate student at Fisk University, Aisha asked Dr. Raymond Winbush to chair her thesis because 1) he was one of the most renowned voices in black culture and academia, and 2) he was a Prince fan. His scholarship and guidance led Aisha to an early career as a professor of social sciences and later an administrator in higher education.

Aisha has also served as a director of education and policy research centers and on the staff of legislative commissions. She previously served on the Executive Board of the CT Young Democrats’ Women’s Caucus, an avid campaigner and has remained active in politics and public policy.

During the July 25, 2018 of Staggers State Of Things, Ms. Staggers talked about:

– Jordan Davis mother winning primary for the Senate race in Georgia
– 45, Cohen discuss paying for Playmate’s story of affair on recording
– 45 considering revoking security clearances for top officials who have criticized him
– White House bans CNN reporter from event for ‘inappropriate’ questions
– Nia Wilson was killed in California & her death is sparking calls of “Say Her Name”
– R. Kelly addresses sexual abuse allegations in new song

You can find more about Ms. Staggers via:

HuffPost
Atlanta Black Star
YouTube – I Wish U Heaven – Prince Tribute Playlist
Email

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The panelists for last Sunday’s show were: Dr. Lawrence Rasheed and Melvin Lars.

The panelists commented on the following stories:

The Dr. Vibe Show™: Report Finds Surprisingly High Rate of Slavery In Developed Countries

Employees – Before Calling The Police On Customers, Consider The Following

The Dr. Vibe Show™: Nia Wilson Was Killed In California & Her Death Is Sparking Calls Of “Say Her Name”

The Dr. Vibe Show™: Be A Strong Independent Woman

The Dr. Vibe Show™: Woke Players Need To Wake Up Because The NBA Is About Business First

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The panelists for last Sunday’s show were: LeRon Barton and Melvin Lars.

The panelists commented on the following stories:

The Dr. Vibe Show™: The Agonizing Irony In Emmett Till Case

The Dr. Vibe Show™: The Quiet Death Of Racial Progress

The Dr. Vibe Show™: We Don’t Trust The Criminal Justice System Until It Clears A Black Man of Sexual Assault. Then We’re All In

The Dr. Vibe Show™: Why I Don’t Understand The Black Affluent Class

The Dr. Vibe Show™: The Misconception Of “Man Up,”– It’s Literally Killing Black Men

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From humble beginnings to a prosperous life. Rodney Kellum has discovered the power of Speaking Life into existence. In addition to accomplishing some major milestones such as playing Division I basketball, being internationally recognized by CNN for the book he Co-authored titled What Yo Nayme Iz: What Not To Name Your Child, and launching Speak Life Inspirational Speaking. Rodney has learned the extremely valuable lesson that his most important work is done at home as husband and father.

Life changed for Rodney when he was forced to choose between his then dream job, and his then very young first child Randall. Once Rodney chose Randall over his what he thought was his dream job his paradigm shifted, and Fatherhood became his inspiration for doing everything that he now does.

When you hear Rodney Kellum speak, you will learn the tools to go from Motivation to Inspiration, as well as the absolute power you have to create the life that you want beginning with carefully choosing and speaking life changing words.

Rodney Kellum is based out of the Atlanta area, and is available for booking of your special event.

Over the next few weeks, The Dr. Vibe Show™ will be hosting the Speak Life Series. During these conversations, Rodney will sharing about various subjects including fatherhood, faith, manhood and rejecting mediocrity and accepting greatness.

On this episode of the Speak Life Series, Rodney talked about Reject Mediocrity And Embrace Your Greatness … Your Past Does Not Have To Define Your Future.

During the conversation, Rodney talked about:

– Not using the phrase “just a little”
– Rejecting your past
– Forgiving the person who hurt, abused you or spoke negative over you as a child
– Embracing your greatness

You can find out more about Rodney via:

Speak Life International Speaking
Speak Life International Speaking – Facebook
Twitter
Email

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Chetachi A. Egwu is a Nigerian American professor, writer/producer, filmmaker, dancer/choreographer, artist and actor . She earned a BA in Communication from the University of Buffalo in 1996, then moved on to Howard University in Washington, DC, where she completed a Masters and Ph.D. in Mass Communication.

Dr. Egwu has served as a faculty member in the communication departments at Morgan State University, The George Washington University and Nova Southeastern University. She is currently communication faculty at the University of Maryland University College.

Her work has been featured in academic journals, newspapers and online publications such as The Grio and The Burton Wire, her creative nature reaches beyond writing. Dr. Egwu is also a dancer/choreographer and was a member of Carla and Company, Coyaba Dance Theater, Choreographers Collaboration Project in Washington DC and featured in several other projects. An avid filmmaker, she is currently co-producer and co-director for the documentaries Runway Afrique and No Justice, No Peas: Getting A Veggie In The Hood, and co-producer, director and cinematographer for the documentary Sunshine Chic. Dr. Egwu also is the host of MediaScope on the streaming platforms Periscope and Facebook Live live on Wednesdays at 6 p.m. Eastern.

You contact Dr. Egwu via:

Twitter

Featured in Griots Republic magazine, Nia Magazine, Heart & Soul Magazine, Times Union (the leading newspaper for the New York state capital district), and on  (BMWK), , the Dr. Vibe Show, and more, Lia Miller (also known online as Lia World Traveler) is an award-winning blogger, sought after freelance writer, children’s book author, clinically trained social worker with emphasis on childhood and family dynamics, diversity and social inclusion advocate, event producer, social media personality, public speaker, and foreign policy expert. She is also the Co-CEO and Co-Founder of Peace & Purpose (P&P), a social enterprise that serves as a catalyst and launch pad for female entrepreneurs worldwide to expand to new markets, grow their businesses, and in the process, improve their own lives and in turn, their communities. Lia is a wife and mother of two, current foreign service officer/diplomat, and lives overseas in La Paz, Bolivia. Find her online at  or @liaworldtraveler ( on Twitter) across social media.

You can find more about Ms. Miller via:

Website 
Facebook
Twitter
Instagram

Recently, Dr. Egrw and Ms. Miller were on show talking about The Irrational Fear Of Black Folk For Doing Innocuous Things.

During the conversation, they talked about:

– Why does this keep on happening andwhy are we hearing about incidents are blacks considered to be dangerous when they are doing nothing wrong in a public spaces
– The role that gentrification plays with this issue
– The root causes of these calls, if this happens in Bolivia and it being better being Black in Bolivia than in the United States
– Lia concerns for her children with her family moving back in the United States
– Blacks need to be concerned about self-preservasation
– Many Blacks not taking self-care seriously
– What is the fear that some Whites have of Blacks is based on
– That some African Americans fear other African Americans
– That integration caused a number of white people to fear Black people
– “We put a yard/meter stick up to ourselves that we don’t use against others.” Dr. Tachi
– Their calls to action for Blacks and non-Blacks

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Aisha K. Staggers had her first major publication, an album review, in The New Haven Register while just a sophomore in high school. Another series of reviews published in The Hartford Courant followed. By the time she reached college, Aisha was writing for the literary magazine and interning at a local radio station, ABC-affiliate as a writer in the news department and in the A&R department of an independent record company.

As a graduate student at Fisk University, Aisha asked Dr. Raymond Winbush to chair her thesis because 1) he was one of the most renowned voices in black culture and academia, and 2) he was a Prince fan. His scholarship and guidance led Aisha to an early career as a professor of social sciences and later an administrator in higher education.

Aisha has also served as a director of education and policy research centers and on the staff of legislative commissions. She previously served on the Executive Board of the CT Young Democrats’ Women’s Caucus, an avid campaigner and has remained active in politics and public policy.

Ms. Staggers talked about:

– The Finland Faux Pas
– How the American media covers mass shootings and the gun debate
– The reopening of the Emmitt Till case
– Sarah Sanders
– Angela Rye defending Charlamagne Tha God rape accusations

You can find more about Ms. Staggers via:

HuffPost
Atlanta Black Star
YouTube – I Wish U Heaven – Prince Tribute Playlist
Email

Visit our website at https://www.thedrvibeshow.com/

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The panelist for last Sunday’s show was: Melvin Lars.

Mr. Lars commented on the following stories:

The Dr. Vibe Show™: U.S. Army Is Discharging Immigrant Recruits Who Were Promised Citizenship

The Dr. Vibe Show™: Obama Tops Public’s List Of Best President In Their Lifetime, Followed by Clinton, Reagan

The Dr. Vibe Show™: Hey, Privileged White Guy, ‘Sup?

The Dr. Vibe Show™: Using Uber While Black

The Dr. Vibe Show™: Race And Economic Opportunity In The United States

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Aisha K. Staggers had her first major publication, an album review, in The New Haven Register while just a sophomore in high school. Another series of reviews published in The Hartford Courant followed. By the time she reached college, Aisha was writing for the literary magazine and interning at a local radio station, ABC-affiliate as a writer in the news department and in the A&R department of an independent record company.

As a graduate student at Fisk University, Aisha asked Dr. Raymond Winbush to chair her thesis because 1) he was one of the most renowned voices in black culture and academia, and 2) he was a Prince fan. His scholarship and guidance led Aisha to an early career as a professor of social sciences and later an administrator in higher education.

Aisha has also served as a director of education and policy research centers and on the staff of legislative commissions. She previously served on the Executive Board of the CT Young Democrats’ Women’s Caucus, an avid campaigner and has remained active in politics and public policy.

During the July 12, 2018 of Staggers State Of Things, Ms. Staggers talked about:

– Peter Strzok hearings
– 45 in London
– This week’s NATO meetings
– Upcoming meeting between 45 and Putin
– Pappa John’s founder John Schnatter resigned as chairman of the pizza chain’s board amid controversy over using a racial slur
– #LivingWhileBlack

You can find more about Ms. Staggers via:

HuffPost
Atlanta Black Star
YouTube – I Wish U Heaven – Prince Tribute Playlist
Email

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Chronic traumatic encephalopathy (CTE) is a neurodegenerative disease found in people who have had multiple head injuries. Symptoms may include behavioral problems, mood problems, and problems with thinking. This typically does not begin until years after the injuries. It often gets worse over time and can result in dementia. It is unclear if the risk of suicide is altered.

Most documented cases have occurred in athletes involved in contact sports such as American football, wrestling, boxing, ice hockey, rugby and soccer. Other risk factors include being in the military, prior domestic violence, and repeated banging of the head.The exact amount of trauma required for the condition to occur is unknown. Definitive diagnosis can only occur at autopsy. It is a form of tauopathy.

As of 2018, there is no specific treatment. Rates of disease have been found to be about 30% among those with a history of multiple head injuries. Population rates, however, are unclear. Research into brain damage as a result of repeated head injuries began in the 1920s, at which time the condition was known as dementia pugilistica or “punch drunk syndrome”. Changing the rules in some sports has been discussed as a means of prevention.

Over the next few Mondays live at 9 p.m. Eastern at , The Dr. Vibe Show™ and The Good Men Project will hosting You, me & CTEYou, me & CTE is a series of conversations on and about Chronic traumatic encephalopathy (CTE).

Karen and Doug Zegel, are the mother and step-father of Patrick Risha, an All-Conference running back in high school and at Dartmouth College. Patrick suffered from CTE, Chronic Traumatic Encephalopathy, before he took his own life at the age of 32. They founded the Patrick Risha CTE Awareness Foundation. Along with the informative website StopCTE.org and social media pages, the foundation works to provide parents of school age children (who have very susceptible brains) with information about the dangers of sports which involve head trauma. The foundation also works to open the avenues for brain donations for research and awareness. And the foundation is also striving to increase awareness of the prevalence of CTE in our society in ex-athletes, veterans, and victims of domestic abuse.

Recently, Karen and Doug were on our show. During our conversation, they talked about:

– Some of their backgrounds
– The loss of their thirty-two year old son, Patrick, to CTE
– Some memories of their son and life as a football family
– Dealing with Patrick’s health and emotional challenges
– Finding out about CTE after their son passed away and dealing with the fact that Patrick was misdiagnosed
– The medical profession not being up to speed when it comes to CTE
– Karen believing that no one should play football unless they know that they are going to ruin their brain and suffer brain trauma
– The growth of flag football and increased awareness in regards to CTE and brain trauma
– The initial reaction to their campaign and opponents to their campaign
– What role should government have in dealing with CTE
– Their calls to action

You and find out more about Karen and Doug at:

StopCTE.org

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The panelists for last Sunday’s show were: Dr. Lawrence RasheedJim Kennedy and Melvin Lars.

The panelists discussed the following stories:

The Dr. Vibe Show™: 95% Graduation Rate For Black High School Boys? Dr. Paul Miller Has The Recipe

The Dr. Vibe Show™: Why Blacks Are Leaving The Democratic Party

The Dr. Vibe Show™: Poll – One-Third Of Americans, Nearly Half of Black People Think We’re Headed For Another Civil War

The Dr. Vibe Show™: Terry Crews, Luke Cage And Black Male Rage

The Dr. Vibe Show™: Black Men Have Shorter Lives Than White Men. Here’s How We Can Change That.

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Warren Clarke is the curator of the Barber Shop Talk Series.

Recently, Mr. Clarke was on our show talking about the Barber Shop Talk Series Vol. 2: Black masculinity.

During our conversation, Mr. Clarke talked about:

– Some of his background and his journey of masculinity
– Why and when did his passion for education change
– His choice to study anthropology
– The story behind the Barber Shop Talk Vol. 1 and some memories of the first event
– when he started planning Volume Two and the story behind three cities hosting this event
– The themes for Volume Two
– What is so special about Black men and barbershops
– His thoughts on perception, expectation and representation in relationship to Black masculinity
– How Black masculinity is viewed by society
– The difference between Black masculinity and White masculinity
– The effect of hip hop on black masculinity
– What will make Volume Two successful

On Wednesday, July 11th, 2018 Barber Shop Talk Series: Black masculinity is hosting three social events in three separate cities (Montreal, Toronto, and Ottawa) which explores the social development of young Black men by the women who raise them.

When:

Wednesday, July 11th, 2018

Time:

6:30 pm to 8:30 pm

Where:

Toronto (location: University of Toronto – Transitional Year Program, 123 St. George St. Toronto, Ontario)

Montreal:

Dynasty studio’s: 330 St Jacques St. Montréal, Québec

Ottawa:

Cultural Arts Studio: 40 Colonnade Rd. Ottawa, Ontario

These events seek to understand how young Black men socially construct their masculinities in a Canadian context. Knowing that anti-Black racism and negative stereotypes exist within our Canadian societies, which impede Black men’s upward mobility, the idea is to disrupt such social norms. Building upon a previous dialogue about Black Canadian masculinities, we are encouraging positive social outcomes for Black men and boys, but also the community members they are in relation with.

The purpose of three cities is to understand the lived experiences of the development of Black masculinity from an Anglo-phone and Franco-phone perspective.

Guests have the opportunity to participate in our live discussions at either of the three events (maximum of 20 people). For those who are unable to attend the event, they have the opportunity to access remotely to one of the three cities of their choice.

ATTENDANCE

If you plan on attending the event, please note that SPACES ARE LIMITED, and priority is given on a first come first serve basis.

People who are interested in the event are asked to RSVP, which will help us manage the available space. Twenty people will be accommodated in each city’s event, which allows people to speak and share opinions.

Please register at one of the Eventbrite links below to confirm your spot at one of the locations.

Ottawa:

https://www.eventbrite.com/e/barbershop-talk-series-vol-2-boys-to-men-ottawa-tickets-47287720846

Toronto:

https://www.eventbrite.com/e/barbershop-talk-series-vol-2-boys-to-men-toronto-tickets-47287846221

Montréal:

https://www.eventbrite.com/e/discussion-chez-le-coiffeur-vol-2-garcons-a-hommes-montreal-tickets-47288238394

LIVE STREAM LINKS

Live streaming will be available for those who are unable to attend as a way to include as many community members as possible. If you are interested in connecting to one of the cities below, please select the city you are interested in on July 11th at 6:30 p.m.

Montreal:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4lD-FML91b4

Ottawa:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VhIASaUzd2s

Toronto:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hIE4PAkhXU0

Go Fund Me:

Through the use of Go Fund Me, the organizers of the event are striving to achieve the goal of $420 and the money collected for this event will go directly toward providing haircuts for 21 young Black men who attend these events. We will be distributing 7 vouchers at each of the three “Barbershop Talks” sites (Ottawa, Montreal, and Toronto) to encourage community involvement.

Go Fund Me Link:

https://www.gofundme.com/barbershop-talk-series

THEMES FOR THE EVENT

1. Black young men and their mothers

2. Masculinity

3. Single motherhood

4. Gender relations

You find out more information about Robert and the Barber Shop Talk series via:

Warren Clarke – Facebook
Black Men and Misconceptions: Barber Shop Talk – Facebook 
Email

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From humble beginnings to a prosperous life. Rodney Kellum has discovered the power of Speaking Life into existence. In addition to accomplishing some major milestones such as playing Division I basketball, being internationally recognized by CNN for the book he Co-authored titled What Yo Nayme Iz: What Not To Name Your Child, and launching Speak Life Inspirational Speaking. Rodney has learned the extremely valuable lesson that his most important work is done at home as husband and father.

Life changed for Rodney when he was forced to choose between his then dream job, and his then very young first child Randall. Once Rodney chose Randall over his what he thought was his dream job his paradigm shifted, and Fatherhood became his inspiration for doing everything that he now does.

When you hear Rodney Kellum speak, you will learn the tools to go from Motivation to Inspiration, as well as the absolute power you have to create the life that you want beginning with carefully choosing and speaking life changing words.

Rodney Kellum is based out of the Atlanta area, and is available for booking of your special event.

Over the next few weeks, The Dr. Vibe Show™ will be hosting the Speak Life Series. During these conversations, Rodney will sharing about various subjects including fatherhood, faith, manhood and rejecting mediocrity and accepting greatness.

On this episode of Speak Life Series, Rodney talks about Speak Life Manhood Series … Real Men Don’t Cry?

During the conversation, Rodney talked about:

– The background on a recent event that he was part of
– Eliminating “toxic” from the phrase toxic masculinity
– That it is okay for men to reach out if they need help
– How to respond to a man after he says that he is fine
– His reflections on the recent loss of his grandfather
– For men not to wait to act until it is crisis mode
– “Suicide is a permanent solution for a temporary problem.”
– The last time he cried and reasons why it is good for men to cry
– The lack of men crying being hereditary and the media’s influence on this issue

You can find out more about Rodney via:

Speak Life International Speaking
Speak Life International Speaking – Facebook
Twitter
Email

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The panelist for last Sunday’s show was Melvin Lars.

Mr. Lars discussed the following stories:

The Dr. Vibe Show™: Jameis Winston Has Reached A New Level Of Unprecedented Privilege

The Dr. Vibe Show™: Trump And Friends Come For Maxine Waters, A Black Woman Who Doesn’t Give A Damn About Your Calls For Civility

The Dr. Vibe Show™: How Police Killings Lead To Poor Mental Health In The Black Community

The Dr. Vibe Show™: If Only Black America Could Work Together As Well As The NBA Champion Warriors

The Dr. Vibe Show™: 5 Things White People Can Do Before They Call The Cops On A Black Person

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