The Dr. Vibe Show™: Live Tonight At 9 P.M. Eastern/6 P.M. Pacific – Dr. Vibe’s Allies “What stops black people from being successful, and what can they do to overcome this?”

Victory Unlimited

Victory Unlimited

Clive Henry

Clive Henry

Jonathan Shaw

Jonathan Shaw

Kai Dupe

Kai Dupe

On this month’s edition of Dr. Vibe’s Allies, the discussion topic is: What stops black people from being successful, and what can they do to overcome this?

The scheduled guests for tonight’s show are: Victory Unlimited, Henri Morris, Clive Henry, Jonathan o. Shaw and Kai Dupe.

Here are the conversation pieces for tonight’s show:

What role does knowing our history play in our success or failure? Do we know our history? And if not, why don’t we know it?

What role does jealousy and competitiveness play in holding black people back?

What role does politics play in the success or failure of black people?

What role does the church play in the success and failure of black people?

Do black people have their economic priorities right?

What is the illusion of inclusion, and what role does it play in black success or failure?

What role does education play in the success or failure of black people?

Should black people need a leader to help us become more successful, or should we just work to become successful on our own?

Is racism the biggest barrier to black success—or is it something else?

What can black people do today to become more successful in life?

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The Dr. Vibe Show™: 10 Things NEVER to Say To A Black Coworker

10 Things NEVER to Say to a Black Coworker

Here are 10 things you never want to say to a Black coworker or boss. Click on the link to read more.

10 Things NEVER to Say to a Black Coworker – DiversityInc.

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The Dr. Vibe Show™: #ManYouWantToBe Google Hangout – Prepare and Protect Your Son in Police Encounters


As part of the #ManYouWantToBe conversation in the raising boys section of The Good Men Project, Marie Roker-Jones and Dr. Vibe have a conversation with Steve Silverman of Flex Your Rights.

Steve Silverman is the founder and executive director of Flex Your Rights (Flex).

In his formative years, Silverman did back-to-back internships with the Cato Institute and Families Against Mandatory Minimums. There he became sensitized to the twin evils of overcriminalization and overincarceration in the United States.

Silverman then worked for the national campus effort to repeal a federal law cutting college financial aid to students with drug convictions. As part of this grassroots work, he discovered that the vast majority of people are mystified by the basic rules of police search and seizure and due process of law.

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The Dr. Vibe Show™: Live Tonight At 9 P.M. Eastern/6 P.M. Pacific – #ManYouWantToBe Google Hangout – Prepare and Protect Your Son in Police Encounters

ManYouWantToBe Google Hangout - Prepare and Protect Your Son in Police Encounters

What do you need to tell your son during “The Talk” about police encounters?

As part of the #ManYouWantToBe conversation in the raising boys section of The Good Men Project, Join Marie Roker-Jones and Dr. Vibe will be having a conversation with Steve Silverman of Flex Your Rights and David Miller of Dare to Be King Project LLC about what parents need to talk to their sons about police encounters.

Steve Silverman is the founder and executive director of Flex Your Rights (Flex).

In his formative years, Silverman did back-to-back internships with the Cato Institute and Families Against Mandatory Minimums. There he became sensitized to the twin evils of overcriminalization and overincarceration in the United States.

Silverman then worked for the national campus effort to repeal a federal law cutting college financial aid to students with drug convictions. As part of this grassroots work, he discovered that the vast majority of people are mystified by the basic rules of police search and seizure and due process of law.

David Miller, M.Ed is the founder of the Dare To Be King Project (formerly known as the Urban Leadership Institute) a unique social entrepreneurial firm that specializes in developing male development initiatives.

Over the past 20 years, David has developed an international reputation for designing programs across the globe. He has focused on literacy, youth development, violence reduction and family strengthening in Africa, Canada & West Indies.

David is most known for his Dare To Be King Curriculum an innovative approach to teach life/survival skills to male adolescents ages 13-18. The curriculum uses a combination of kinesthetic activities, visual presentations and small group discussions. The curriculum engages young males around three domains: managing anger, decision-making & impulse control. In January of 2014 the new edition of the Dare To Be King Curriculum was released. The new model offers 52 weeks of programming which includes sessions on the death of Trayvon Martin, Oscar Grants encounter with the police and the HBO Series The Wire. The model is currently being used in schools, community centers and juvenile facilities across the U.S.

Finally, David Miller is a graduate of the University of Baltimore with a B.S. Political Science and Goucher College with a Master’s Degree in Education (specializing in conflict resolution).

You can catch the live conversation by going to The Dr. Vibe Show tonight at 9 p.m. Eastern/6 p.m. Pacific.

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The Dr. Vibe Show™: Henry Rock, Executive Director – City Startup Labs

Henry Rock

Henry Rock

City Startup Labs

City Startup Labs

Henry Rock has extensive experience in sales, marketing, advertising, media management and small business strategic planning and development, with particular emphasis on black businesses and the black consumer market. It’s this background, coupled with the need to not to be a bystander, while the plight of young men of color remained enormously challenging.

Henry is the Executive Director of City Startup Labs (CSL). CSL grew out of an idea to do something thoughtful and of real value to address the issue of the employability of young men of color. African American men, in particular, have a difficult time getting and keeping jobs. They consistently lag behind their white and Hispanic counterparts. According to a Princeton University study, “Discrimination in Low Wage Labor Markets,” Even without criminal records, black applicants had low rates of positive responses, about the same as the response rate for white applicants with criminal records. Hispanics also faced discrimination by employers, but were preferred relative to blacks.

So rather than rely on others to define and write their future, it’s time that these young men to be empowered to write or rewrite their own script, by becoming a new class of entrepreneurs.

In the late Summer of 2011, New York City’s Mayor Bloomberg announced the Young Men’s Initiative to address the harsh present and future facing many young men of color from the ages of 14-24 years. The intention of the initiative is to focus on education, the criminal justice system, employment and health care. What was missing from this puzzle, in my estimation was attention on self-employment and entrepreneurship.

As a result CSL was created to provide an academy of instruction, training, mentoring and coaching to prepare these young men to become viable entrepreneurs, thereby contributing to not only themselves, but their families, communities and the country in a fundamentally positive way.

Pre-Great Recession, black men, 18-34 years were nearly a third more likely to start businesses than white males of the same age.

During our conversation, Henry talks about:

- Some of his background
- How activism has been part of his life since a young age
- Some of his family’s amazing lineage
- Some highlights in his media sales and marketing journey including working of Johnson Publishing Company (publishers of Ebony and Jet magazines)
- The story behind City Startup Labs and the program
- His message for black men

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Creating a New Class of Entrepreneurs: Henry Rock at TEDxCharlotteED
Fast track entrepreneurship training can be a potent remedy to chronic unemployment in inner-city America. City Startup Labs is piloting an academy, to teach young black men in Charlotte, how to start and operate small businesses, using accelerated, boot-camp style instruction.

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The Dr. Vibe Show™: Black Men’s Roundtable “Michael Brown’s Death and Ferguson: Black Men Continue The Discussion”

Michael Brown

Ferguson, Missouri

Victory Unlimited

Victory Unlimited

Henri Morris

Henri Morris

Christopher “Flood the Drummer®” Norris

Christopher “Flood the Drummer®” Norris

Derrick Miller

Derrick Miller

Kaleb J. Hill

Kaleb J. Hill

Last Sunday evening, black men from the United States will continued to discuss the death of Mike Brown and the events in the city of Ferguson, Missouri.

The panelists were: Victory Unlimited, Henri Morris, Christopher Norris, Derrick Miller and Kaleb J. Hill.

The discussion included the following stories:

The Dr. Vibe Show™: Online Funds For Ferguson Officer Surpass Victim’s Fund

The Dr. Vibe Show™: Obama’s Reaction To Ferguson Raises Questions About President’s Role

The Dr. Vibe Show™: Make-up Of Brown Grand Jury Revealed

The Dr. Vibe Show™: Stark Racial Divisions In Reactions To Ferguson Police Shooting

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The Dr. Vibe Show™: Michael Brown’s Funeral Service – August 25, 2014


Michael Brown’s full funeral service, held yesterday at Friendly Temple Missionary Baptist Church in St. Louis.

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The Dr. Vibe Show™: The Good Men Project Premium Members Hangout – Thomas G. Fiffer, Executive Editor At The Good Men Project “The 7 Deadly Signs of a Dysfunctional Relationship”


Thomas G. Fiffer, Executive Editor at The Good Men Project, talks about himself and his article The 7 Deadly Signs of a Dysfunctional Relationship

You can find more about Thomas at:

The Good Men Project
Tom Aplomb

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The Dr. Vibe Show™: Live Tonight At 8 p.m. Eastern/5 P.M. Pacific – The Good Men Project Premium Members Hangout – Thomas Fiffer, Executive Editor At The Good Men Project

Thomas G. Fiffer, Executive Editor - The Good Men Project

Thomas G. Fiffer, Executive Editor – The Good Men Project

The Good Men Project

The Good Men Project

Thomas G. Fiffer, Executive Editor at The Good Men Project, is a graduate of Yale and holds an M.A. in creative writing from the University of Illinois at Chicago. He posts regularly on his blog, Tom Aplomb, and serves as Editor of Westport’s HamletHub, a local online news and information service. He is also a featured storyteller with MouseMuse Productions and is working on his first novel.

Live tonight at 8 p.m. Eastern/5 p.m. Pacific, Thomas will be sharing about recognizing the signs of a dysfunctional relationship, which he writes on The Good Men Project here: The 7 Deadly Signs of a Dysfunctional Relationship.

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Tom Aplomb

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The Dr. Vibe Show™: How Testing For Military Corruption Can Prevent The Next Ferguson

How to Prevent the Next Ferguson

Can another Ferguson be prevented? Click on the link below to read more.

How Testing for Military Corruption Can Prevent the Next Ferguson – Businessweek.

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