The Dr. Vibe Show

Recently, Dr. Vibe hosted the international conversation The State Of Black Men At The End Of The Decade (Part Two).

The panelists were: Dr. Lawrence A. Rasheed (United States), Leron L. Barton (United States), Christopher “Flood The Drummer” Norris (United States) and Danny Stone (Canada).

During the conversation, the Black male thought leaders talked about last for Black in regards to:

- Economics
- Criminal justice and the school to prison pipeline
- A war on masculinity and manhood
- Black heterosexual men being pushed out of the picture

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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.

Jill Jones is our special guest for this conversation. Ms. Jones is activist, feminist, former collaborator with Paisley Park.

Recently, the ladies talked about The State Of Black Women At The End Of The Decade.

During the conversation, the ladies talked about Black women and the last decade in regards to:

– Recognizing their value
– #MeToo, #oscarsowhite, Doug Jones getting elected, #MuteRKelly
– Black women and the #MeToo movement
– Black women being unrapeable
– Black women relationships with white women
– Black women relationships with white men in the workplace
– Black women portrayal in entertainment
– Black women relationships with Black men
– Black women relationships with each other

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Michael J. Durkin is an author, speaker and dedicated maniac committed to the strengthening of Men, Women, Families and the Planet.

Self-Labeled as a “Contemporaneous Intuitive”, Michael specializes in working with live audiences and “downloads” answers, theology, wisdom and weaves his own personal experience into his teachings on Marriage, Business Success, Parenting, Fitness and overall Masculinity on request! He is passionate about keeping families together, making marriages joyful, giving children a place to grow and learn – and he is fan of putting the hot, seductive, alluring SEX back into Marriages where it belongs!

He is the author of 8 business books and has spoken in front of audiences as little as 6 people and as large as 26,000 people! He is the creator of the Men of Honor program which he hosts Monday through Friday at 6:30 a.m. Eastern from his studio in the back woods of CT. To date he has recorded over 190 half-hour messages on sex, honor, commitment, eating right, masculinity, getting a ripped and shredded body, romancing your wife and how to keep your mouth shut so that your marriage survives and possibly even thrives! The overall goal of the Men of Honor audios is to “help a Man be a better Man than he was yesterday!”

Michael Durkin has survived and re-built his life in the face of losing a daughter at birth, the collapse of a 20 year marriage, raising his oldest Son as an “only” Father for 14 years and having his youngest Son withheld from him for 7 years! His wisdom comes from a deep belief that God has a plan for his life and that his challenges have toughened him and developed him into a Man who can lead, counsel and teach other Men by revealing his experience, strength and hope.

Recently, MJ came on the show to talk about The State Of Men At The End Of The Decade.

During the conversation, MJ talked about:

– Some of his thoughts on his last decade
– His thoughts about the current state of men and some of the challenges that they face
– The importance of men stepping into their destiny
– What do many men need to get on the right path
– Some of the challenges that manhood have faced over the last decade and the need for many men to be fierce
– Suggestions for fathers of of boys
– An area that men have moved forward in the past decade
– His vision for married and single men in 2020
– Men and sex

You can find out more about MJ via:

Conversations With Men
MJ Durkin – Facebook

You can find out more information about Men And Masculinity via:

Website
Facebook
YouTube

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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.

Jill Jones is our special guest for this conversation. Ms. Jones is activist, feminist, former collaborator with Paisley Park.

On the December 20, 2019 edition of Staggers State Of Things, the ladies talked about:

The topics that the ladies will be talking about are:

– Impeachment of 45 rolls on
– The flagship magazine of American evangelicalism, Christianity Today, released a surprise editorial calling for the removal of 45 from the presidency
– Sarah Sanders is back in the news
– Is Mick Mulvaney, White House Chief Of Staff, on his way out
– The most recent American Democratic Party presidential candidate debate

You can find more about Ms. Staggers via:

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

You can find out more about Ms. Jones via:

Twitter
Facebook
Instagram
Soundcloud

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Dr. Vibe


Join Dr. Vibe’s Allies as they discuss The State Of Black Men At The End Of The Decade.

The panelists for the conversation were: Victory UnlimitedClive HenryJonathan Shaw and Mike Ramey.

During the conversation, the panelists talked about:

– Black men being an endangered species
– Have Black men forgot who they are and they lost their identity
– If Black men are being feminized
– More Black men doing not waiting
– Where do they want to see Black men at the end of the next decade

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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.

Jill Jones is our special guest for this conversation. Ms. Jones is activist, feminist, former collaborator with Paisley Park.

On the December 6, 2019 edition of Staggers State Of Things, the ladies talked about:

– The next steps on impeachment
– 45 and the recent NATO summit
– Kamala Harris drops out of 2020 Democratic race to be president
– Nikki Haley

You can find more about Ms. Staggers via:

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

You can find out more about Ms. Jones via:

Twitter
Facebook
Instagram
Soundcloud

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God bless, peace, be well and keep the faith,


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David Lewis-Peart is an educator, community worker, consultant, writer and playwright. David completed graduate studies at York University and holds an diploma in Human Services Counselling (mental health and addictions) from George Brown College. He has been a member of faculty in both Child and Youth Care and Social Service Work diploma programs in Toronto and Oakville, and was most recently an instructor with, and one of the Learning Coordinators for, The Niche program; a social service pathway training for Black youth and existing practitioners, a joint initiative between CEE Centre for Young Black Professionals, and Harriet Tubman Community Organization, funded through the City of Toronto. David is also a lead on the African, Caribbean, Black (ACB) Family Group Conferencing (FGC) project through the University of Toronto – funded by the Law Foundation of Ontario – responsible for designing a culturally appropriate, restorative justice intervention for African-Canadian families involved with the child welfare system. As a writer, David is an Obsidian Theatre Company 2018/19 Playwrights Unit fellow, and a recipient of the Christopher Hewitt Award for poetry, Honorable Mention. He is founder of the queer men of colour arts collective We Other Sons which is presently undergoing a residency with Buddies in Bad Times Theatre. David has regularly contributed to publications such as CBC ArtsHuffington Post Canada, and ByBlacks.com.

Recently, Mr. Lewis-Peart was live on our show talking about Black Masculinity.

During our conversation, Mr. Lewis-Peart talked about:

– Some of his background including his time being in foster care and how he made it into a positive experience
– Getting his start in child care
– The background behind his stories about Black masculinity at Huff Post Canada
– Common themes about Black masculinity that the participants talked about
– Some of the participants thoughts about the lack of fathers/father figures in their lives
– The effect that masculinity is having on Black youth
– Some of his thoughts on the current conversations about masculinity
– Some special moments from the conversations
– How has the series impacted him
– His message about Black masculinity for those who are not Black, Black women and Black men

You can find out more about Mr. Lewis-Peart via:

Facebook
Twitter
Linkedin

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Lawrence Wilbon serves as the Business Development Manager for Fathers Incorporated. With over 20 years of non-profit experience, he is tasked in assisting the organization with funds development and strategic partnerships. Prior to his current position, he has served as an executive director of a local non-profit. He is married with two children and reside in the Metro Atlanta area.

Fathers Incorporated, a widely recognized national and international nonprofit organization supporting fathers, practitioners, researchers, and policymakers that provides capacity building services to thousands of organizations working to ensure that fathers contribute to the healthy well-being of their children.

Recently, Mr. Wilbon was live on our show talking about Million Fathers March 2019 … A Success Story.

During our conversation, Mr. Wilbon talked about:

– Some of his background including his decision to be involved in the non-profit sector
– Being raised by a single mother’s and some of her special qualities
– How he got involved with Fathers Incorporated and what does the organization do
– The changing face of fatherhood that the organization has seen
– Some of the challenges that today’s fathers face
– The story behind the Million Fathers March, a recap of this year’s Million Fathers March and future plans
– Some of services that Fathers Incorporated offer
– The impact of a father’s relationship with his father has him being a father
– a father story from his journey
– The organization’s biggest challenge
– A success story

You can find more about the Million Fathers March via:

Website

You can find out more information about Fathers Incorporated via:

Website
Facebook
Twitter
Instagram
Email
Phone: (770) 804 – 9800

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In 2012, author IC Bailey found himself distraught over the effects that racism had upon his life. Reckoning with childhood abuse at the hands of a cruel child welfare system, he spent his first 16 years under a torrent of racial, sexual, physical, and mental abuse. Looking for relief from this abuse, he began having conversations with the White People around him, allowing him keen insight into the White People and their culture of Whiteness.

What he did not find were any significant works sharing the perspectives of White people about the blood they had spilled and the systems they created. There were few examples of common dialogue between the oppressor and the oppressed. Conversations with White People: Dialogues About Race is the culmination of that journey to see fruitful dialogues between Black and White People. It is a truly revolutionary work.

Recently, Mr. Bailey was on our show talking about Conversations with White People: Dialogues About Race.

During our conversation, Mr. Bailey talked about:

– Overcoming mental, racial, sexual, physical, emotional spiritual and academic abuse for the first sixteen years of his life
– How the book the Autobiography Of Malcolm X changed his life
– The next sixteen years of challenges
– The story behind Conversations With White People – Dialogues About Race and how Black women played a key role in getting the book released
– Some of his thoughts on racism and white supremacy
– How did he get content for the book
– The trends he noticed in white people’s opinions about from doing this book
– If the book has changed anyone’s thought process
– The impact that social media has had on racism and white supremacy
– Developing a team to make the book a reality
– His reaction to a section of the book that he reads
– Some reactions to the book
– Reparations for Black people vs. restorations for Black people
– Some best strategies for Blacks to combat racism
– His advice for Blacks and Whites when they are having conversations with each other about race and racism

You can find out more about Conversations with White People: Dialogues About Race via:

Website
Twitter
Facebook

You can contact IC Bailey via:

Email

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