The Dr. Vibe Show™: Live Tonight At 9 P.M. Eastern/6 P.M. Pacific “What Are Black American Mens Thoughts On Independence Day 2015?”

african american men and independence day

Victory Unlimited

Victory Unlimited

Rodney Kellum

Rodney Kellum

Alfonzo Porter

Alfonzo Porter

Lawrence A. Rasheed

Lawrence A. Rasheed

Charles S. Corprew III

Charles S. Corprew III

Tonight, on a special edition of The Dr. Vibe Show™ the panelists will be discussing the following subject What Are Black American Mens Thoughts On Independence Day 2015?

The scheduled panelists for tonight’s show are: Victory Unlimited, Rodney Kellum, Alfonzo Porter , Lawrence A. Rasheed and Charles S. Corprew III.

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Why it’s not up to the first black president to cure America’s racial divide 

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Black Music Replay Promo

Christopher Norris

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Asa Khalif

Asa Khalif

Gregory Walker

Gregory Walker

Ogbonna Hagins

Ogbonna Hagins

Jonathan Shaw

Jonathan Shaw

Recently, in celebration of Black Music Month, Techbook Online Corporation®, Mr. Asa Khalif, Mr. Ogbonna Hagins and Mr. Gregory Walker and Jonathan O Shaw participated in an online discussion presented by Black And Bold Voices™ entitled Black Music And Its Impact On Black Leaders were panelists on The Dr. Vibe Show™ , 2012 Black Weblog Award Winner for Best International Blog. The discussion was hosted by the CEO of Techbook Online, Christopher “Flood The Drummer” Norris.

Mr. Asa Khalif, founder of Racial Unity USA, has a long history of activism and has lent his voice to numerous high-profile issues and causes. Born and raised in Philadelphia, Mr. Khalif biggest success in the music industry may have been when he successful challenged local radio stations to pull former Philadelphia 76er, Allen Iverson’s rap C.D, “40 bars,” out of rotation because it degraded women.

Since 2008, Mr. Gregory Walker has managed, curated, and coordinated more than 350 art and culture programs in Philadelphia organized under the banner of The Brothers’ Network, an award-winning nonprofit organization he founded in 2006. Mr. Walker’s life’s work is to engage and form communities around high art and culture through dialogue, discourse and storytelling.

Mr. Ogbonna Hagins is the former publisher of Philly Word Live Magazine, a publication once considered the final say in Hip-Hop. An activist and former teacher, Mr. Hagins currently runs an international recycling business and is the father of two black male classic musicians.

Jonathan O Shaw aka The Juiceman Jonathan Shaw is a pioneer in Toronto’s DJ’ing scene, entertaining audiences for over 25 years with his unique mix of R&B, Soul, Calypso, Reggae, Hip Hop, Rock, House and Dance music genres. At the age of 19, Jonathan was discovered by Barry Boothe and joined the Legendary TKO Sound Crew. He went on to become a recipient of the DJ Hall of Fame Stylus Award in 2008. In addition to his musical endeavours, Jonathan has been a keynote speaker at countless events and has been deeply involved in the wedding industry. Not only with his DJ skills, but as a Host/MC as well as consulting and planning. Outside of his musical talents, Jonathan has written, voiced and produced numerous commercials for a host of radio stations across North America and the Caribbean.

Jonathan has furthered his career by managing various aspects of radio production and is The Creative Director at G98.7 since its inception in 2011. He continues to be one of the most sought after artists in his field, providing professional services to a wide range of clientele

The panel discussed the following subjects:

What songs (their message) throughout Black history do you think had the greatest, most measurable impact on society?

Songs and melodies, to some degree, have always accompanied protests. Why do you think that is? And in your opinion, would the Civil-rights movement have been as effective if it was devoid of music?

As seen in SELMA, Martin Luther King, Jr. called upon Mahalia Jackson for inspiration. As leaders, what songs do you listen to for motivation and inspiration, and why?

The Uptown Theater was most famous when it was a part of the Chitlin Circuit, a network of theaters that promoted black performers during segregation. Concerning the Uptown’s future and the future of Black music in general, do you think, in the 21st century, venues are needed to support and promote black acts exclusively? And would that model be supported by an increasingly globalized market?

On rare occasions, black musicians have also become great business and community leaders. But more often that not, artists fail to understand the music business, particularly securing their publishing rights, and their responsibility to use art to transform society. Since you all are also business professionals, community leaders and artist in your own respect, what advice would you give to established and emerging musicians that will assist them in becoming better social and financial stewards?

This episode also features an exclusive interview with Linda Richardson, Executive Director, Uptown Entertainment Development Corporation, Re: Restoration of Uptown Theater.

Black And Bold Voices™, a quarterly, online town hall featuring black men around the world and the issues that unite them, is a collaboration between The Dr. Vibe Show, a podcast for black men and those that love them, and Techbook Online, a news event company that launched a campaign to improve media coverage and public perception of black men and boys.

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To access TABS 8 with more than seventy stories of impact , impact, issue, inspiration, and inspiration, click on the following link: http://techbookonline.com/tabs/TABS%20Vol%201%20Issue%208.pdf .

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It came a week after a horrific massacre of nine people at a historic African-American church in Charleston. And it came days after families of those victims emotionally said they would forgive — rather than give in to bitterness and hatred.

Now, other southern states – such as Mississippi and Alabama – are having renewed conversations about their public displays of the stars & bars. To some, it’s a symbol of history. To others, it represents hate.

Stan Simpson talks with Reverand Lydell Brown and Quinnipiac Instructor Stephen Balkaran about what could be a seminal moment in race relations in America.

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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 Proposal For A White House Council On Men And Boys.

Glenn Barker, Dr. Marvin Thompson and Dr. Vibe will part of a roundtable discussion with Craig McClain live tonight at 8 p.m. Eastern/5 p.m. Pacific.

The discussion topic was The Middle School Boy Problem?

Craig McClain grew up in a middle class midwestern family. He is the father of two children and is totally devoted to his 5 grandchildren.

At 45, he attended an intense men’s training that changed his life. This weekend training challenged him to examine his self-limiting belief systems he formed during his difficult teenage years. His ability to feel his emotions, his commitment to service, and his empathy for others exploded. He knew this training should be done for teenagers, not 45-year-old men. And he soon found he was the one that would make this happen.

He knew he wanted and needed that experience when he was a teenager. He knew he had found his life mission. He clearly saw the vision of a national program that provides just such an experience. He continues to hold that vision today.

Craig scaled back his successful photography business and started working on forming Boys to Men Mentoring Network. He and Joe Sigurdson put in countless hours and thousands of their own dollars to form a organization that could make this vision a reality. Their leadership, vision and integrity have been the driving force behind the success of BTM. Started in San Diego in 1996, Boys to Men has become a thriving international grass roots organization, with chapters in 30 cities on 4 continents.

San Diego now has Boys to Men programs in 21 schools.

Some of the discussion topics were:

– What drove Craig to mentoring young men
– Why there is a middle school boy program and how his program started
– What are young boys are not getting from their peers and elders
– Punishment vs. understanding when it comes to young men

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'We Will Shoot Back' - Meet The Black Activists Who Aren't Ready To Forgive
Some black people have adopted the ideology of militant self-defense, arguing that they have no choice but to take up arms against those who threaten their livelihood and that of their family. Click on the link below to read more.

‘We Will Shoot Back': Meet The Black Activists Who Aren’t Ready To Forgive | ThinkProgress

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