A few weeks ago, we did a live Black men’s roundtable where we discussed, “Has Being A Man Gone Out Of Style Today?” We had some challenges with the broadcast so we are going to start the discussion again on this subject.
Joining live tonight to discuss “Has Being A Man Gone Out Of Style Today? Part One” are syndicated writer Mike Ramey and Victory Unlimited of The Victory Unlimited Show , Henri Morris and The Style Gent (@TheStyleGent, The Transformed Male) tonight for our monthly “Dr. Vibe’s Allies Roundtable” at 9 p.m. EST/6 p.m. PST.
During our live chat tonight we will discuss on these issues:
The definition of a man: What was it then, and what is it now?
What has replaced manhood as the goal for young black boys today?
What were some of the rites of passage that were used in the past to
help boys become men? Do we still observe any of them today?
You don’t want to miss it!! The “Dr. Vibe’s Allies Roundtables” is good stuff!!
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