The Dr. Vibe Show™: Molly K. Olson Of Leading Women For Shared Parenting “Proposal For A White House Council On Boys And Men”

Dr. Molly Olson - Request For President Obama To Create A White House Council On Boys And Men

In March 2009, President Obama signed an Executive Order creating the White House Council on Women and Girls. “The purpose of this Council is to ensure that American women and girls are treated fairly in all matters of public policy,” said President Obama. Today, Dr. Warren Farrell is leading the charge of a new proposal, to create a White House Council on Boys to Men.

Glenn Barker, Dr. Marvin Thompson and Dr. Vibe will spoke with Dr. Molly K. Olson, co-founder and President of Leading Women for Shared Parenting about the Proposal for a White House Council on Boys and Men.

Leading Women For Shared Parenting is an international child advocacy organization with but one objective: the use of a rebuttable presumption of Shared Parenting as the standard in Family Law.

Here were some of the conversation pieces during the show:

– Molly shares some of her journey of helping fathers and boys and why he is committed to helping fathers and boys
– Molly and the panel give their reasons for supporting the Proposed White House Council on Boys and Men
– The importance of women in a movement wanting shared parenting and working together with men and The White House Council on Boys and Men
– The obstacles/opportunities for The White House Council on Boys and Men
– Call to action from each participant

You can follow and participate in the conversation via Twitter using the hashtag #WHCouncilBoys

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The Dr. Vibe Show™: In The Nation’s Capital, Fewer Than Half Of Black Males Graduate From High School

In the Nation's Capital, Fewer Than Half of Black Males Graduate From High School

A recent American report looks at suspension and graduation rates and points to some alarming trends. Click on the link below to read more.

In the Nation's Capital, Fewer Than Half of Black Males Graduate From High School | Mother Jones.

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The Dr. Vibe Show™: Do You Know What Time It Is…? – March 1, 2015

Do you know what time it is

Henri Morris

Henri Morris

Rodney Kellum

Rodney Kellum

Dr. Bill Johnson

Dr. Bill Johnson

Charles S. Corprew III

Charles S. Corprew III

The panelists for last Sunday’s show were: Henri Morris, Rodney Kellum, Dr. Bill Johnson and Charles S. Corprew III.

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The Dr. Vibe Show™: Al Jazeera America’s Tonya Mosley “Black In the Whitest City”

Tonya Mosley

Tonya Mosley

Tonya Mosley, an award winning journalist is a regular contributor to Al Jazeera America, the U.S. cable news channel that covers both domestic and international news. Please find out more about her on tonyamosley.com. Al Jazeera America is available around the U.S. on Comcast, Time Warner Channel, Dish Channel 215, DirecTV Channel 347 and Verizon Fios Channel 614.

Ms. Mosley was on show talking about, Black in the Whitest City, her contribution to the Al Jazeera America series Race in America.

In Black in the Whitest City, Ms. Radford examines what it’s like to be Black in Seattle, Washington. Seattle is the fastest growing big city in the United States, attributed to the city’s healthy economy – but there’s one area where the city continues to lag. According to the latest Census numbers, Seattle is getting “whiter” – in fact, it’s the fifth whitest major city in the nation. Mosley looks at what it’s like for recent black transplants to form a life in a city that is becoming homogeneous.

During our conversation, Ms. Mosley talked about:

– How she ended up in Seattle
– Seattle’s rapid growth with it the fifth Whitest major city in America with the number of minorities continuing to shrink in Seattle
– How she approached the piece
– The current environment for Blacks in Seattle and how are Blacks addressing it
– The relationship between the old guard and new guard Blacks in Seattle
– Why are Blacks leaving Seattle and where are they are going
– The importance of social media to current civil rights movement in America
– A special moment from her time in Seattle
– Her call to action for Blacks and non-Blacks in Seattle

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The Dr. Vibe Show™: To Escape Marginalization, Black History Month Must Embrace ‘Hard Truths’

To escape marginalization, Black History Month must embrace ‘hard truths’

Is the problem with Black History Month is the way it continues to separate black history from American history? Click on the link below to read more.

To escape marginalization, Black History Month must embrace ‘hard truths’ | The Lens.

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The Dr. Vibe Show™ : Live Tonight At 8 P.M. Eastern/5 P.M. Pacific – Molly K. Olson Of Leading Women For Shared Parenting “Proposal For A White House Council On Boys And Men”

Dr. Molly Olson - Request For President Obama To Create A White House Council On Boys And Men

In March 2009, President Obama signed an Executive Order creating the White House Council on Women and Girls. “The purpose of this Council is to ensure that American women and girls are treated fairly in all matters of public policy,” said President Obama. Today, Dr. Warren Farrell is leading the charge of a new proposal, to create a White House Council on Boys to Men.

Glenn Barker, Dr. Marvin Thompson and Dr. Vibe will be speaking with Dr. Molly K. Olson, co-founder and President of Leading Women for Shared Parenting live tonight at 8 p.m. Eastern/5 p.m. Pacific about the Proposal for a White House Council on Boys and Men.

Leading Women For Shared Parenting is an international child advocacy organization with but one objective: the use of a rebuttable presumption of Shared Parenting as the standard in Family Law.

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During our live conversation, you have the opportunity to call in and share with us and ask questions via Skype. If you would like to do this, please call us at: doctorvibe42. If you get through, please be patient and we will get to your call as soon as possible.

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The Dr. Vibe Show™: Michael Holzman “The Chains Of Black America: The Hammer Of The Police, The Anvil Of The Schools”

"The Chains of Black America: The Hammer Of The Police - The Hammer Of The Schools" Michael Holzman

“The Chains of Black America: The Hammer Of The Police – The Hammer Of The Schools” Michael Holzman

Michael Holzman’s book, The Chains of Black America: The Hammer of the Police, The Anvil of the Schools, is a description of how two great institutions of American government—the education XE “education” and criminal justice systems—often hinder, rather than enable, the achievement of equal opportunities for the descendants of enslaved Africans. The book is about the caste status of African Americans, rather than about “people of color,” or impoverished Americans, because of the specific history of African Americans and the way in which their oppression affects others. It is perhaps not too much to say that until descent from enslaved Africans is no longer a cause for lack of equality of opportunity, the United States will never be a just society.

Each chapter, beginning with the national survey in Chapter One, includes demographic, health XE “health”, income XE “income”, wealth XE “wealth”, and economic mobility XE “mobility” data, followed by sections on the criminal justice and education XE “education” systems and concluding with attempts at modeling a more equitable society. This modeling is extended nationally in a final chapter. In addition to the national overview in Chapter One, there are chapters on eight cities: Chicago XE “Chicago”, Cleveland XE “Cleveland”, Memphis XE “Memphis”, Milwaukee XE “Milwaukee”, New Orleans XE “New Orleans”, New York City XE “New York City”, Philadelphia XE “Philadelphia”, and Rochester XE “Rochester, New York”. Each of these has a significant, highly segregated, African American population. In each, African American incarceration XE “incarceration” rates XE “incarceration rates” are many times higher than those of White, non-Hispanics, and educational outcomes are much less favorable for African American than for White, non-Hispanic, students. There are many other cities where these conditions prevail, such as Minneapolis XE “Minneapolis”, Buffalo XE “Buffalo”, Montgomery XE “Montgomery” and Miami XE “Miami”, but eight examples seem sufficient as examples of how caste is enforced in America.

Michael Holzman is the author of many books, reports, op-eds, and blogs. He is the originator of the Schott Foundation’s series of reports on Public Education and Black Males and the author of The Black Poverty Cycle and How to End it and Minority Students and Public Education. In addition to the Schott Foundation he has been an advisor to the Heinz Endowments, the Panasonic Foundation and The Rockefeller Foundation, among others, and has worked on reform in school districts from Seattle to Miami.

Mr. Holzman talked about his most recent book, The Chains of Black America: The Hammer of the Police, The Anvil of the Schools on our show.

During the conversation, Mr. Holzman spoke about:

– How he came up with the title
– His belief that African Americans are subjected to a caste system due to the education and criminal justice systems
– That certain individuals are responsible for keeping the caste system in America in place
– What can African American do to change the caste system
– If Hispanic Americans have any impact on the future of Black America
– If he has hope that this criminal justice and education systems will change

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The Dr. Vibe Show™: Live Tonight At 9 P.M. Eastern/6 P.M. Pacific – Do You Know What Time It Is…?

Do you know what time it is

Henri Morris

Henri Morris

Rodney Kellum

Rodney Kellum

Dr. Bill Johnson

Dr. Bill Johnson

Charles S. Corprew III

Charles S. Corprew III

The scheduled panelists for tonight’s show are: Henri Morris, Rodney Kellum, Dr. Bill Johnson and Charles S. Corprew III.

The panelists will be discussing the following stories:

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The Dr. Vibe Show™: Why Aren’t Blacks Migrating Like They Used To?

Why aren’t blacks migrating like they used to?

Are Black Americans migrating less? Click on the link below to read more.

Why aren’t blacks migrating like they used to? « The Berkeley Blog.

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The Dr. Vibe Show™: Are Black Americans The Most Religious — And Virtuous — Of All? 

Are Black Americans The Most Religious -- And Virtuous -- Of All

Are Black Americans the most religious of all Americans? Click on the link below to read more.

Are Black Americans the Most Religious — and Virtuous — of All? | David Briggs.

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