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Shahmar Beasley is a 21 year old, 3rd year honor roll undergraduate student at Drexel University. At Drexel he serves as the 1st Black president of the Drexel Democrats, co-founder of the Drexel Rotaract Club, and founder of the Drexel Black Action Committee. In Philadelphia he serves as social media chair of a voting rights organization named Real Street Talk. He has been honored as the youngest ambassador to State Representative Margo Davidson of the 164th Legislative district. He has served as a college student recruiter for State Representative Donna Bullock, Judge Dwayne Woodruff, Darby Councilman Howard Blackson Jr, and PA Representative Candidate Whitney Hoffman. He was also selected for a highly competitve internship with the Honorable Judge Tamika Lane. Shahmar from his community service and politically oriented efforts has been featured on ABC News Nightline, Good Morning America, Huffington Post Originals, XXL Magazine, and Vibe Magazine.

Shahmar’s main quote in life that he lives by is:

“Success is to be measured not so much by the position that one has reached in life as by the obstacles which he has overcome.” – Booker T Washington

Mr. Beasley was recently on our show. He talked about his article Black Men Should Forever Be Grateful For Donald Trump .

The conversation was be co-hosted by Christopher “Flood The Drummer” Norris of Techbook Online.

During the conversation, Mr. Beasley talked about:

– Some of his background and when did activism enter his life including his parents reaction on him becoming an activist
– His thoughts on Donald Trump and Barack Obama
– What are young Black men telling him about Donald Trump and will Donald Trump cause older and younger Black to unify
– Does he feel that Donald Trump is a racist
– The reaction to the article
– Suggestions on how America needs to respond to the Trump presidency and his future ambitions

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Instagram

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Dr. Vibe


The panelists for last Sunday’s show were: Rodney Kellum and Galen D. Bingham,

The panelists discussed the following stories:

The Dr. Vibe Show™: Are NCAA Rules On Its Athletes Creating An Uneven Playing Field?

The Dr. Vibe Show™: Young, Black, And Unemployed? 10 Tips To Land Your First Job!

The Dr. Vibe Show™: Self-Care For Black People 101 – Options Outside Of Church And Therapy

The Dr. Vibe Show™: People Perceive Black Men As Bigger, Stronger Than White Men. Here’s Why That’s Dangerous.

The Dr. Vibe Show™: Why Black Men Need To Be Emotionally Involved In Relationships

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


Dr. Vibe

 

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The panelists for last Sunday’s show were: Rodney Kellum, LeRon Barton, Galen D. Bingham and Christopher “Flood The Drummer” Norris.

The panelists discussed the following stories:

The Dr. Vibe Show™: Erased Onscreen – Where Are All The Interracial Couples?

The Dr. Vibe Show™: Ben Carson Called African-American Slaves ‘Immigrants’

The Dr. Vibe Show™: Trump Attacks Obama Because He Needs A Black Boogeyman

The Dr. Vibe Show™: For Black And Brown People Fighting For Survival In Toxic White Spaces

The Dr. Vibe Show™: The Changing Face Of Black Masculinity

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


Dr. Vibe

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Quianna Rodriguez is the Founder of Happy Work Week where she provides people and organizations with coaching solutions that creates confidence, direction, and a precise plan of action for success. As a Master Certified Coach, Certified Career Coach, and Group Coach, she is committed to provide unparalleled service and performance that demands lifelong breakthroughs.

For over 10 years she provided Technical Writing, Education & Training, and Information Technology expertise to both military and corporate agencies. Quianna continues to educate and train others by providing corporate seminars and workshops at companies such as TIAA-CREF and is currently a Professional Development Instructor at the Carolina School of Broadcasting in Charlotte, North Carolina.

Recently, Ms. Rodriguez was on our show talking about Millennials And The Modern Workplace.

During our conversation, Ms. Rodriguez talked about:

– The story behind how she went full time with her business Happy Work Week
– How feels millennials are changing today’s workplace and if companies are investing in millennials
– Her thoughts about and comments on various myths about millennials and the workplace including leadership, guidance, job satisfaction
– Her call to actionscompanies, older people and millennials in regards to millennials and the modern workplace

You can find out more about Ms. Rodriguez via:

Website
Twitter
Facebook
Instagram

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


Dr. Vibe


If you’ve ever referred to Toronto as “Tdot,” a term coined by K4ce, a local hip hop legend or by its more recent name, “The 6ix” influenced largely by the OVO team and rapper Drake’s recent album, ‘Views from the 6,” then you are familiar with the far reaching influence of Canadian Hip Hop.

Recognizing the potential for hip hop to transcend intergenerational barriers, Dr. Mark Campbell, Ontario Certified school teacher and Professor at Ryerson University, and his team, created the Northside Hip Hop Archive (NSHH) and a series of accompanying archival exhibits to re-engage students at all grade levels and preserve an integral piece of Canadian history. The NSHH is intended to be a tool to produce engaging, new curriculum content for school boards across Canada.

Dr. Campbell currently teaches two inclusive courses on Race & Racism in Popular Culture from Antiblackness to Intersectionality and Sonic Innovations in Black Musics: From Dubplates to Controllerism at Ryerson RTA. “Uncovering hip hop histories in Canada are essential work if we are to imagine an inclusive, multicultural and diverse country. Without access to the successes, innovations and creativity of previous generations, we cannot provide in the classroom a solid context the next generation to strive towards excellence,” says Dr. Campbell.

Since the archive launched in 2010, there have been multiple archival exhibits held to raise public awareness. On March 4th 2010, NSHH held its first exhibit, the T-Dot Pioneers Exhibition in Toronto. A year later, CBC and NSHH joined forces to launch “The Hip Hop Summit,” a week-long celebration of Canadian hip hop.

In November of 2016, NSHH Archive in association with the Royal Ontario Museum, Ryerson University and The Masterplan Show at CIUT 89.5fm launched its first ever Archive Fellows honouring the lifetime achievements of Toronto’s DJ Ron Nelson from CKLN’s Fantastic Voyage Show (1983-1990) and the visual art of Hamilton’s Leon ‘Eklipz’ Robinson.

Also in 2016, the NSHH started the “I Was There” project, a community activation project honouring the work of various hip hop culture pioneers in five cities across Canada which started in 2016 and is continuing into 2017. “The I Was There project is about acknowledging the Architects of hip hop communities in several Canadian cities as well as about creating public awareness and appreciation about hip hop’s legacy in our country,” says Dr. Campbell.

The “I Was There” project celebrates the accomplishments of little known hip hop legends in Canada, adding personalized archival collections and narration to the existing archival content on www.nshharchive.ca. This year’s exhibits will be held in Montreal, Saskatoon, Hamilton, Toronto and Regina.

Over the years, participants have included legendary Canadian names in hip hop such as: Dalton Higgins, Citizen Kane, Ghetto Concept, Michie Mee, Kardi, K’naan, Dream Warriers, Saukrates, Shad, DJ Ron Nelson, Leon’ Eklipz’ Robinson, DJ Kool Herc and more.

Recently, Mr. Campbell was on our show talking about the Northside Hip Hop Archives.

During our conversation, Mr. Campbell talked about:

– Some of his early hip hop memories
– The story behind his hip hop show that he started in the 1990’s at eighteen years old for seventeen years
– How did Northside Hip Hop Archives start
– Some of the stories and people that are featured via Northside Hip Hop Archives
– How has the Toronto hip hop scene has changed
– The future of the Northside Hip Hop Archives
– The state of Canadian Hip Hop
– What is on the website

You can contact Mr. Campbell via:

North Side Hip Hop
NorthSide Hip Hop Archive – Twitter
NorthSide Hip Hop Archive – Facebook
Mark Campbell
Mark Campbell – Twitter
Email

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


Dr. Vibe


Recently, Dr. Vibe hosted a conversation about Black History Month with Jonathan O. Shaw and Henri Morris on the Black Men Talking show on WJMS Radio .

Some of the conversation topics were:

- Some of their experiences during Black History Month 2017
- Has inclusion into the mainstream been good for Blacks
- Does a cohesive Black community exist?
- Why are some Blacks disconnected with Black history?
- Are older Blacks sharing history with younger Blacks?
- The future of Black History Month
- Call to action for older and younger Blacks and non-Blacks

Catch the Black Men Talking show on WJMS Radio every Saturday morning at 9 a.m. Eastern at WJMS Radio .

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

Dr. Vibe  


The panelists for last Sunday’s show were: Dr. Lawrence A. Rasheed, Galen D. Bingham and Kinte Fergerson.

The panelists discussed the following stories:

The Dr. Vibe Show™: The ‘Moonlight’ Win Is For Every Black Person Overlooked For White Mediocrity

The Dr. Vibe Show™: Stand Your Ground Laws Complicate Matters For Black Gun Owners

The Dr. Vibe Show™: The Great Majority Of Violent Crime In America Goes Unsolved

The Dr. Vibe Show™: Trayvon Martin’s Death Still Fuels A Movement Five Years Later

The Dr. Vibe Show™: Can Black People Be Anything Other Than Pawns To Donald Trump?

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Dr. Vibe

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Founded in 1972, the Harriet Tubman Community Organization Inc. is a non-profit organization dedicated to serving the needs of the Greater Toronto Area’s diverse community. Initially the organization focused on providing programming for youth, but over the years it has expanded its services to address a broader spectrum of the community.

The Harriet Tubman Community Organization works in partnership with various community groups and social services agencies across The Greater Toronto Area, and co-sponsors a variety of annual events.

In this episode, we speak and share with Ekua Walcott, the Executive Director of the Harriet Tubman Community Organization. Ms. Walcott shares some of her story with us. She also talks about the history of the organization, some of the many services and programs that the organization offers, some of the many challenges that young Black men are facing, the disconnection with society that young Black men are facing and what the Black community needs to do more forward.

If you would like to find out more information about the Harriet Tubman Organization, please contact:

http://www.tubmancommunity.org/contact.html (website)

tubman@htco.org (email)

(416) 496-2044 (phone)

(416) 496-0881 (fax)

2975 Don Mills Road (http://maps.google.ca/maps?client=firefox-a&rls=org.mozilla:en-US:official&hl=en&tab=wl)
Toronto, Ontario.
M2J 3B7 (office)

 

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Dr. Vibe 


The panelists for last Sunday’s show were: Rodney Kellum, LeRon Barton and Kinte Fergerson.

The panelists discussed the following stories:

The Dr. Vibe Show™: Did #OscarsSoWhite Work? Looking Beyond Hollywood’s Diversity Drought

The Dr. Vibe Show™: Voter Fraud Paranoia vs. Voting Rights Protection

The Dr. Vibe Show™: Before You Write Another ‘Millennial’ Thinkpiece, Understand Black Millennials Don’t Have It As Good As Their White Counterparts

The Dr. Vibe Show™: How Black History Explains Donald Trump

The Dr. Vibe Show™: The Trump Era – The Politics Of Race And Class

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

Dr. Vibe

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THE DR. VIBE SHOW - DR. STEVEN LAKE - ARE YOU LOVE-ABLE - FEBRUARY 17 - 2017

Dr. Vibe and Dr. Steven Lake discuss Are You Love-Able?

Dr. Steven Lake has been studying human dynamics and relationships between the sexes for over 30 years, first, as an actor and director for the stage, and then as a psychotherapist.

He has a Master’s degree in counselling and a PhD in Educational Administration. Steven worked for Corrections Canada in a maximum security prison hospital and currently teaches graduate courses in psychology at Adler University, works for the BC Society of Male Survivors of Sexual Abuse, and has a private practice.

Steven has been writing for the Good Men Project the last three years and is the editor for the Marriage and Commitment section.

He is the author of Talk2me: How to Communicate with Women and The Sex Formula How to Calculate Sexual Compatibility.

Dr. Lake was recently was on our show talking about Are You Love-Able?.

During our conversation, Dr. Lake talked about:

– Some of his growing up including some of the challenges
– His experience being an actor and theatre and how he switched into the world of psychology/therapy/counselling
– How men like to have sex and they become intimate women like to have intimacy then have sex – why hasn’t this changed
– That more men are able to communicate their emotions but communication is still an issue (he is seeing the same things over twenty years)
– Where men and women getting their lessons in love from
– How men have not been taught how to handle the transition in relationship (for older men the change in roles is difficult)
– That both men and women need to be more flexible
– Being a man more than ever
– women have to adjust to be love-able since they are very confused
– “Friends with benefits” is a good idea but many people get hurt
– That some men have given up on women
– That many young people working on themselves not relationships
– What have his clients taught him
– How can you become more loveable

You can find more about Dr. Lake via:

Website
Twitter
Facebook
Good Men Project – Steven Lake
Linkedin
Email

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

Dr. Vibe