Archive for August, 2015

The Dr. Vibe Show™: Black Lives Matter And The Presidential Primaries 

Moral outrage is timeless. The BLM Movement needs to decide whether its principal strategic objective is to defeat, embarrass, or publicly disrupt the campaigns of those candidates running for president of the United States; or, instead, to engage them as a potential allies in its struggle to get our nation to finally acknowledge, 24/7, that […]

The Dr. Vibe Show™: #BlackMenLove – Initiating A Generation Into The Freedom Movement

What does a father tell his sons in an era where we are witness to police shooting unarmed black folks in their backs, in their cars, seemingly every week? Click on the link below to read more. #BlackMenLove: Initiating a Generation Into the Freedom Movement – NBC News Please feel free to email us at

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

The scheduled panelists for tonight’s show are: Rodney Kellum, Alfonzo Porter , and Lawrence A. Rasheed. The panelists will be discussing the following stories: The Dr. Vibe Show™: How Social Bias Creeps Into Web Technology The Dr. Vibe Show™: After Charleston, Black Churches Straddle Fine Line Between Security, Openness The Dr. Vibe Show™: From Black […]

The Dr. Vibe Show™: How Black Lives Matter Began With Katrina

James Perry, Laura Flanders, and Jelani Cobb join Melissa Harris-Perry to talk about the Black Lives Matter movement, and how the devastation in Katrina started it all. Please feel free to email us at

The Dr. Vibe Show™: The Environmental Problems In NOLA

Lt. Gen. Russel Honoré tells Melissa Harris-Perry that the Gulf issues are not a Louisiana problem, but a national problem. Please feel free to email us at

The Dr. Vibe Show™: Unequal Recovery For Those In New Orleans

Tracie Washington and Melissa Harris-Perry discuss the unequal recovery efforts for black people vs. white people in New Orleans. Please feel free to email us at

The Dr. Vibe Show™: The Gulf Coast Rebuilding Effort Isn’t Over

James Perry, Laura Flanders, and Jelani Cobb join Melissa Harris-Perry to speak about the post-Katrina rebuilding effort on the Gulf Coast. The panel highlights the troubled history of the Road Home program and changes to the nearly $10 billion initiative. Please feel free to email us at

The Dr. Vibe Show™: The “Pull Of Home” Persists After Katrina

For the tenth anniversary of Hurricane Katrina, MSNBC’s Trymaine Lee reunited with Lucrece Phillips. The two first met after Phillips was rescued from her submerged 9th Ward home during the storm. Then, Lee speaks with Melissa Harris-Perry about what has changed in New Orleans since Hurricane Katrina. Please feel free to email us at

The Dr. Vibe Show™: Martha’s Vineyard, Obama Vacation – Race Discussion For Black Elites

As Obama vacations on the island, an upper-class gathering grapples with a year of unrest. Click on the link below to read more. Martha’s Vineyard, Obama vacation: Race discussion for black elites – POLITICO Please feel free to email us at

The Dr. Vibe Show™: ‘Straight Outta Compton’ – Why Are Movie Theaters So Afraid Of Black Moviegoers?

No violence was reported at theaters showing the N.W.A biopic, despite Universal Pictures’s alleged offer to help theaters pay for extra security. Click on the link below to read more. ‘Straight Outta Compton’: Why Are Movie Theaters So Afraid of Black Moviegoers? – The Daily Beast Please feel free to email us at

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