The Dr. Vibe Show™: Stanford Research Examines Whites’ Perception Of Blacks And Crime

Stanford research suggests support for incarceration mirrors whites' perception of black prison populations

A recent study suggests that, if you are white, and you are presented with evidence that our criminal justice system disproportionately targets black people, then you are more likely to support harsh criminal justice policies than if you were unaware of this evidence. Click on the link below to read more.

Stanford research examines whites' perception of blacks and crime.

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The Dr. Vibe Show™: New York Times Incites Backlash After Saying Michael Brown Was ‘No Angel’


The New York Times is drawing criticism for a Monday, August 25, 2014 article about the life of Michael Brown, the unarmed black teenager shot dead by police officer Darren Wilson in Ferguson, Missouri.

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The Dr. Vibe Show™: Dr. Vibe’s Allies “What stops black people from being successful, and what can they do to overcome this (Part One)?”

Victory Unlimited

Victory Unlimited

Clive Henry

Clive Henry

Jonathan Shaw

Jonathan Shaw

Kai Dupe

Kai Dupe

On last 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 guests for show were: Victory Unlimited, Clive Henry, Jonathan O. Shaw and Kai Dupe.

Here were the conversation pieces for discussed during the 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 do the panelists recommend for blacks who want to find about black history?

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?

Are black people in political power wanting to groom other blacks?

How can more blacks get involved in the political process?

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

What are their thoughts on the 51st anniversary of Martin Luther King’s “I Have A Dream” speech?

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The Dr. Vibe Show™: What Does It Mean To Be A Black Man In America Today?


NPR’s Sam Sanders asked that question of black men in New York and Los Angeles, and he shares just a few of their answers here.

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The Dr. Vibe Show™: Kaleb J. Hill

Caleb J. Hill

Caleb J. Hill

Kaleb J. Hill is the CEO of FitnessFleet, Inc., a medical fitness corporation that caters to the healthcare needs of patients who are predisposed to chronic illness. His primary focus is promoting practical solutions to overcoming health disparities. He is a published white coat poet and visual artist who promotes Black love and self identity, by way of art.

Fitness Fleet is doing a medical crowd funding for patients who can’t afford healthcare services and/or medications. People can donate here: Invest in the Future of Black Health. The official launch of the “free clinic” day is scheduled for November 2014.

Fitness Fleet has recently partnered with Xavier University of Louisiana College of Pharmacy’s Center for Minority Health and Health Disparities to launch a community health initiative based in New Orleans. Our primary focus is Black and Hispanic people. We’ve also partnered with Top Box New Orleans to provide fresh produce for people who live in low income communities, and we deliver these boxes to their homes for free.

During our conversation, Kaleb talked about:

- How health is been part of his life since he was very young
- Appearing on National Public Radio (NPR)
- Black men and emotional eating and black mens reaction when he talks about it to them
- How many of the illnesses that blacks have are preventable
- His thoughts on the health care initiative introduced in America by Barack Obama and the state of the American health care system
- His “Invest In Black Health” initiative
- Some of the common health challenges that black men and black women face and how they can be prevented
- Blacks in the health profession and health literacy
- The story behind his company Fitness Fleet
- That his message for older blacks and young blacks is different
- The challenges that Black and Latino Americans are facing are similar
- How the American health care system is creating barriers to health care
- Why is it so important for him to serve his community
- The importance of eating healthy
- His words for black men

You can contact Kaleb via:

Fitness Fleet Inc.
Email

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The Dr. Vibe Show™: On Balancing Career And Family As A Woman Of Color

On Balancing Career And Family As A Woman Of Color

Women of color often face additional pressures that white women are far less likely to encounter. Click on the link below to read more.

On Balancing Career and Family as a Woman of Color – NationalJournal.com.

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The Dr. Vibe Show™: Rasha Salti And Shaka Licorish – African and Racialized Films At The 2014 Toronto International Film Festival

Toronto International Film Festival

Toronto International Film Festival

Left to right: Shaka Licorish (Programming Associate​: Festival Programming​ - 2014Toronto International Film Festival), Angel Cheng (Angel Cheng: Senior Festival Publicist - 2014 Toronto International Film Festival), Rasha Salti (International Programmer: 2014Toronto International Film Festival), Dr. Vibe

Left to right: Shaka Licorish (Programming Associate​: Festival Programming​ – 2014Toronto International Film Festival), Angel Cheng (Angel Cheng: Senior Festival Publicist – 2014 Toronto International Film Festival), Rasha Salti (International Programmer: 2014Toronto International Film Festival), Dr. Vibe

This year’s Toronto International Film Festival (TIFF) runs from September 4 to September 14.

We had the opportunity to speak with Rasha Salti (International Programmer – 2014 Toronto International Film Festival) and Shaka Licorish (Programming Associate​: Festival Programming​- 2014 Toronto International Film Festival) about the African and racialized Films showing at this year’s TIFF.

During our conversation, they talked about:

- How did each of them get involved with TIFF
- Rasha talks about how Africa is changing
- they each talk about some of the African and diaspora films being featured at this year’s TIFF

Here is a list of this year’s selection of films from the African diaspora that are being show at this year’s TIFF (please click on the link on the title to find out more information about the film including showtimes):

A SINGLE WORD

BEATS OF THE ANTONOV

BEYOND THE LIGHTS

CHOP MY MONEY

INFINITELY POLAR BEAR

IMPUNITY

MAY ALLAH BLESS FRANCE

MIRAGE

MURDER IN PACOT

NATIONAL DIPLOMA

PAPA MACHETE

RUN

SECOND COMING

STORIES OF OUR LIVES

THE KEEPING ROOM

TIMBUKTU

TOP FIVE

We would like to thank Rasha and Shaka for taking the time to appear on the show.

We would to say a special “thank you” to Angel Cheng, Senior Festival Publicist – 2014 Toronto International Film Festival, for making this conversation happen.

If you would like more information about the films including ticket sales, please contact Shaka:

Email

OR you can go to the TIFF website:

Website

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The Dr. Vibe Show™: Self-Segregation – Why It’s So Hard For Whites To Understand Ferguson

Self-Segregation – Why It’s So Hard For Whites To Understand Ferguson

The shooting of unarmed black teenager Michael Brown has caused many Americans to question just how far racial equality and race relations have come, even in an era of a black president and a black attorney general. Click on the link to read more.

Self-Segregation: Why It's So Hard for Whites to Understand Ferguson – The Atlantic.

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The Dr. Vibe Show™: Plea To Ferguson’s Leaders – To Help Heal, Acknowledge Our Hurt

Plea To Ferguson's Leaders: To Help Heal, Acknowledge Our Hurt

Click on the link below to check out what some of the people of Ferguson where saying at a town hall held last Thursday.

Plea To Ferguson's Leaders: To Help Heal, Acknowledge Our Hurt : Code Switch : NPR.

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The Dr. Vibe Show™: Toronto Police Services Board Rebuffs Chief Blair; Black Police Chief In The Offing?

Toronto Police Chief Bill Blair

Could Toronto’s next police chief be a black man? Click on the link below to read more.

Toronto Police Services Board Rebuffs Chief Blair; Black Police Chief In The Offing? | Pride News Magazine.

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