The Dr. Vibe Show (general)

The panelists for last Sunday’s show are: Dr. Lawrence A. Rasheed and Curtis Brooks .

The panelists will be commented on the following stories:

The Dr. Vibe Show™: The Latest R Kelly Allegations Are More Evidence That Black Women’s Words Are Never Enough

The Dr. Vibe Show™: Why America Needs More ‘O.J. Moments’

The Dr. Vibe Show™: How The Media Portrayed A White Woman Killed By A Minneapolis Cop

The Dr. Vibe Show™: Why Michael Vick—Who Killed Dogs—Should Have Nothing To Say To Colin Kaepernick, Who Stands Up for Black People Being Killed Like Dogs

The Dr. Vibe Show™: Is Black Male Privilege A Real Issue in Our Community?

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


Dr. Vibe

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Kike-Lola Odusanya is the founder of My Boss Is Me, a virtual global business and personal development firm. She’s a “serial entrepreneur” and a network marketing industry professional best known for a straight-shooting, results-driven approach to business and life.

Kike-Lola believes entrepreneurial experience encompasses life skills that all women should develop as a way to reach their fullest potential. That’s why she refers to the entrepreneurial experience as the ultimate life skill. She is on a mission to help women around the world see their deepest desires and dreams come to fruition through what she calls “the gift of entrepreneurship.”

She realizes business ownership is not for everyone, but Odusanya believes all women can benefit by exploring the mindset, talents, and knowledge of successful entrepreneurs and take control of their lives, proudly declaring, My Boss Is Me.

Ms. Odusanya was on our show talking about some of her journey and My Boss Is Me.

During our conversation, Ms. Odusanya talked about:

– Some of her background including overcoming serious personal and health challenges
– When and how did entrepreneurship become part of her journey
– The story behind the book
– the importance the following subjects when it comes to being a successful entrepreneur: mentorship and coaching, structure, talking less and doing more, target markets, it takes time, sometimes you have to shread some tears, why love is the fabric of your business and you can’t be a prophet in your own land
– Why more women of color are becoming entrepreneurs

You can connect with Ms. Odusanya via:

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


Dr. Vibe

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The panelist for last Sunday’s show was: Rodney Kellum.

Mr. Kellum commented on the following stories:

The Dr. Vibe Show™: This Dirty Little Secret Is The Real Reason Why Repeal Is So Hard For Republicans

The Dr. Vibe Show™: Black Travelers Often Bring Home An Unwanted Souvenir – Racist Abuse

The Dr. Vibe Show™: Jason Whitlock Says Protesting Racial Injustice Is ‘Stupid’

The Dr. Vibe Show™: Dear White People…

The Dr. Vibe Show™: Roland Martin Goes One-On-One With Dr. Umar Johnson

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

Dr. Vibe

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STUFF are live online conversations hosted by Dr. Vibe (Canada) and Jazz Keyes (United States) about current events and culture from a black woman’s and black man’s POV.

Jazz Keyes is a clinical psychologist, certified life coach, author, and motivational speaker. Recognized for her work as a community activist, Keyes has spent the last 10 years of her career focusing on empowering the lives of others. With an intense focus on women, people of color, and children, Keyes has been honored as a Neighborhood Hero by ComEd for her involvement in numerous community-based initiatives.

As a psychologist and life coach, Keyes supplies clients with the necessary tools and techniques to awaken their divine energy, heal their open wounds and create an aura of love, compassionate and tranquility.

For the last two years, Jazz Keyes has managed to grow her brand as a dating and relationship writer for two major media platforms, JET Magazine and Black and Married with Kids. Her first book, If We Knew Better: Soul Cries of Women Past and Present, is available here.

Ms. Keyes is preparing to begin her PHD program Fall 2017. She will be studying to receive her Doctor of Philosophy in Marriage and Family Therapy with a specialization in Couples Therapy. Keyes has devoted a great deal of her time and energy on mastering the art of communication to create healthy, dynamic, long-lasting relationships and to help others do the same.

Jazz Keyes is an aspiring bestselling author. Focusing on spirituality, emotional empowerment, and love, Keyes hopes to one day deliver soul healing messages as a television personality and international inspirational speaker.

Our this episode of STUFF, Dr. Vibe and Ms. Keyes hosted the conversation Is Education Still The Great Equalizer For Blacks?.

The special guest for this conversation tonight was Dr. Marvin Thompson.

Dr. Marvin Thompson is an educational leader who has spent the majority of his 25 years in the educational field turning around schools in challenged communities. The scope of his experiences in schools range from pre-school director, elementary teacher to district superintendent.

In 2003, his efforts led to his school being recognized as one of the top 15 most changed schools in America through the National School Change Award Program. He served on the Virginia Academic Review Steering Committee, which reviewed, revised and developed school performance standards which are currently being used in states across America. He has served on Governor Mark Warner’s Economic Development committees and Governor Tim Kane’s early childhood committee.

As the Chief Academic Officer of a charter school in New Orleans, Dr. Thompson was featured in Oprah Winfrey’s Blackboard Wars, a nationally televised documentary bringing light to the challenges facing urban schools in America. The program received many awards including CableFax’s Best DocumentaryThe CINE Golden Eagle Award and the New York Festival’s TV and Film Award.

Dr. Thompson has many televison and radio apprearances including the CBS Morning NewsThe Tavis Smiley ShowLA Today, and CNN: Headline News as an educational commentator. In 2013, he was a speaker at the Steve Harvey Mentoring Camp for Boys and the Indiana Black Expo. Dr. Thompson was most recently an invited guest of the White House to speak at the 2015 Congressional Black Caucus Convention in Washington, D.C., to discuss the challenges facing boys in challenged communities.

Currently Dr. Thompson is the President and CEO of EmpowerED, and educational Consulting firm specializing in organizational systems development. His company has worked with schools across America from rural districts to some of the largest and most challenged such as the Los Angeles Unified School District. In 2009, Dr. Thompson was an invited member of the International Exchange of Scholars to assist the University of South Africa, the 4th largest university in the world, in revising its educational curriculum. These efforts will influence over fifty percent of the teacher workforce in the continent of Africa.

Dr. Thompson received his Ed.D. degree in Leadership & Policy Studies from The George Washington University, an M.ED in Administration & Supervision from Virginia Commonwealth University and a B.A. in Psychology and Education from Randolph Macon College in Virginia.

Some of the topics discussed during the conversation were:

– That education has never been an equalizer for African Americans
– If education been designed for African Americans?
– The state of the public education system for African Americans and what African Americans need to do
– What is the equalizer for African Americans when it comes to education
– The situation with the lack of teachers of color in the school system
– What should schools be doing
– How is data been used to hurt African American students
– Some of the reasons why there are gaps in the system for African Americans

You can find out more about Dr. Thompson via:

Website
Twitter

You can find more about Ms. Keyes via:

Website
Twitter
Facebook
YouTube
Instagram

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

Dr. Vibe


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 SalonThe Good Men ProjectThose PeopleAlternetSF BayviewBuzzfeedGorilla 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 on our show talking about his article Should Black People Call the Police?.

During our conversation Mr. Barton talked about:

– The reason why he wrote the article
– Some of his experiences with the police
– What did his parents tell him about dealing with the police and “The Talk”
– What does he feel the role of police is in today’s society
– Does he feel a good police officer exists?
– The fact that 49% of the felony arrests are Black people when only 4% of the population of San Francisco is Black
– Do older Blacks have a different opinion of the police than younger Blacks?
– Does he believe in community policing in Black neighbourhoods

You can connect with Mr. Barton via:

Website
Twitter
Facebook

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

Dr. Vibe


In observance of Black Mental Health Awareness Month, G.R.I.O.T. are continuing their series of symposiums, Tackling the Taboo. In this series, we touch on issues that often go ignored within the Black community (especially issues related to Black males). These events are meant to raise awareness and help the community and the members of it.

In this installment, G.R.I.O.T. will be discussing Black Mental Health issues facing our Black Male Community. This event is being moderated by Dr. Richard Hanzy, who will be joined by several black male thought leaders such as Dr. Lamont Francies, former SF Police Captain Cornelius Johnson, and Author LeRon BartonG.R.I.O.T. hope that you will join them as they have an open discussion regarding issues that are often taboo. Also, please help them by building awareness through sharing of this event with others.

Dr. Lawrence A. Rasheed was on our show talking about Tackling the Taboo 2 – Black Male Mental Health Issues.

During our conversation, Dr. Rasheed talked about:

– Some of his life growing up
– the story behind G.R.I.O.T. 
– Highlights of the previous event which was about Black men who have been molested
– Why is he doing this event about Black men and mental health

You can find out more about Tackling the Taboo via:

Everbrite

Tackling the Taboo 2 – Black Male Mental Health Issues:
Sat, July 15, 2017
5:30 PM – 7:30 PM PDT
Delta Bay Church of Christ
913 Sunset Drive
Antioch, CA 94509
United States

G.R.I.O.T. is a non-profit mentorship organization for young black males.

G.R.I.O.T. Mentoring Group strives to educate and empower our young men to:


Take advice and instruction
Make good decisions
Contribute positively in their community
Assist and support one another
Make healthy choices and take chances
For more information and questions about our organization, contact Lawrence Rasheed, Founder at (925) 726- 6162 or Email

You can find out more about G.R.I.O.T. via:

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


Dr. Vibe


The panelists for last Sunday’s were: Dr. Lawrence A. Rasheed and Jim Kennedy.

The panelists on the commented on the following stories:

The Dr. Vibe Show™: Employment Helps White Men’s Health More Than Women And Blacks

The Dr. Vibe Show™: There’s No Evidence That Immigrants Hurt Any American Workers

The Dr. Vibe Show™: What Young Black Women Need From Their Black Brothers—And The Church

The Dr. Vibe Show™: Reduce Encounters Between Young Black Males, Police

The Dr. Vibe Show™: What Will It Take For The US To Eradicate Racist Ideas?

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


Dr. Vibe

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Nicole Gonzalez Van Cleve is Assistant Professor at Temple University in the Department of Criminal Justice, with courtesy appointments in the Department of Sociology and the Beasley School of Law. She is a recipient of the 2014-2015 Ford Foundation Fellowship, an affiliated scholar with the American Bar Foundation, and a former Research Director for Chicago Appleseed Fund for Justice. Her award-winning book, Crook County: Racism and Injustice in America’s Largest Criminal Courtwas an NAACP Image Award Finalist. Her legal commentary has been featured on NBC NewsMSNBC’s The Rachel Maddow Show and CNN.

Ms. Gonzalez Van Cleve was on our show be talking about her book Crook County: Racism and Injustice in America’s Largest Criminal Court and the Chicago Police Department.

During our conversation, Ms. Gonzalez Van Cleve talked about:

– Some of her journey in the world of personal journey including one of her first cousins convicted for a gang crime and being the first person in her family to go to college
– The ten year journey behind the book and the reaction to the book
– The Laquan McDonald case
– The situation in Chicago and what can be done solve to resolve it
– The fear and mistrust of the police that many people of color have
– Falsehoods when it comes to Blacks and the police

You can connect with Ms. Gonzalez Van Cleve via:

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


Dr. Vibe

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Steven Kiges (pron. Key-jez) is the co-founder and director of The Coach Training AcademyThe Coach Training Academy is a professional, International Coach Federation accredited coach training school. Graduates have gone on to both build very successful solo coaching practices as well as taking their coaching skills to corporate positions including Microsoft, Google, and NASA, just to name a few.

Steve is a is an experienced Master coach with over 5000 coaching hours and over 10,000 hours mentoring people that want to become exceptional coaches or as he puts it “artistic agents of change”. To the coaching world, he brings both his own past struggles of growing up in a very dysfunction home, depressed, suicidal and at one point topping the scales at over 410 pounds. Professionally his first career was as a professional musician having attended The Juilliard School, playing various orchestras and as a university lecturer. After leaving music he then went on to build one of the largest Dental Software companies in North America and after selling that, followed his life’s passion of helping others. Dedicating himself to his core philosophy that “no one breezes through life…we all have our unique struggles. With the right support and environment, everyone can live life with purpose and passion often exceeding what they think is possible for themselves. His life is a testament of that philosophy.

To coaching, and coach training Steven brings a full background in neurosciences including; crisis counseling, emotional intelligence, Time Line Specialist, Master of Communication and a trainer of Neuro-Linguistic Programming.

During the first episode of the Learn To Coach series, Steve talked about:

Do people need coach training to be coaches and what is the value of coaching certification?

During our conversation, Steve talked about:

– Hww did he get into coaching?
– Do people have to have be certified to coach other people?
– The difference between coaching and helping people
– Is coach training valuable?
– What is wrong with just coaching and helping people?
– A “no nothing” state
– The difference between coaching and therapy
– When should someone think about becoming a coach
– What kind of options are there for training?
– What backgrounds are coaching candidates coming from?
– Can I get any certification or are their differences?

You can find more information about coaching and The Coach Training Academy via:

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


Dr. Vibe


On this edition of STUFF, Dr. Vibe (Canada) and Jazz Keyes (United States) hosted the conversation Is The Black Community Unified?.

STUFF are live online conversations hosted by Dr. Vibe (Canada) and Jazz Keyes (United States) about current events and culture from a black woman’s and black man’s POV.

Jazz Keyes is a clinical psychologist, certified life coach, author, and motivational speaker. Recognized for her work as a community activist, Keyes has spent the last 10 years of her career focusing on empowering the lives of others. With an intense focus on women, people of color, and children, Keyes has been honored as a Neighborhood Hero by ComEd for her involvement in numerous community-based initiatives.

As a psychologist and life coach, Keyes supplies clients with the necessary tools and techniques to awaken their divine energy, heal their open wounds and create an aura of love, compassionate and tranquility.

For the last two years, Jazz Keyes has managed to grow her brand as a dating and relationship writer for two major media platforms, JET Magazine and Black and Married with Kids. Her first book, If We Knew Better: Soul Cries of Women Past and Present, is available here.

Ms. Keyes is preparing to begin her PHD program Fall 2017. She will be studying to receive her Doctor of Philosophy in Marriage and Family Therapy with a specialization in Couples Therapy. Keyes has devoted a great deal of her time and energy on mastering the art of communication to create healthy, dynamic, long-lasting relationships and to help others do the same.

Jazz Keyes is an aspiring bestselling author. Focusing on spirituality, emotional empowerment, and love, Keyes hopes to one day deliver soul healing messages as a television personality and international inspirational speaker.

During the conversation, Dr. Vibe and Jazz talked about:

– The division between Black women and Black men
– The division amongst different classes of Blacks
– Are Black women divided?
– Are Black women divided?

Remember to catch STUFF here every Wednesday evening at 9:30 p.m. Eastern/6:30 Pacific.

You can find more about Ms. Keyes via:

Website
Twitter
Facebook
YouTube
Instagram

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

Please feel free to email us at dr.vibe@thedrvibeshow.com

Please feel free to “Like” the “The Dr. Vibe Show” Facebook fan page at “The Dr. Vibe Show” Facebook Fan Page

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


Dr. Vibe