The Dr. Vibe Show
About This Show
The Dr. Vibe Show is a podcast where we discuss, debate, share and sometimes laugh about various subjects from a Black man point of view. Our goal is to stimulate thought and discussion so that Black men and those that care about them can work, share and grow together. We would love to hear from you!! If you have any comments, feedback or suggestions, please feel free to email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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THE DR. VIBE SHOW - SHAHMAR BEASLEY - BLACK MEN SHOULD BE GRATEFUL FOR DONALD TRUMP - MARCH 15 - 2017
3 days ago
Shahmar Beasley is a 21 year old, 3rd year honor roll undergraduate student at Drexel University. At Drexel he serves as the 1st Black president of the Drexel Democrats, co-founder of the Drexel Rotaract Club, and founder of the Drexel Black Action Committee. In Philadelphia he serves as social media chair of a voting rights organization named Real Street Talk. He has been honored as the youngest ambassador to State Representative Margo Davidson of the 164th Legislative district. He has served as a college student recruiter for State Representative Donna Bullock, Judge Dwayne Woodruff, Darby Councilman Howard Blackson Jr, and PA Representative Candidate Whitney Hoffman. He was also selected for a highly competitve internship with the Honorable Judge Tamika Lane. Shahmar from his community service and politically oriented efforts has been featured on ABC News Nightline, Good Morning America, Huffington Post Originals, XXL Magazine, and Vibe Magazine. Shahmar’s main quote in life that he lives by is: “Success is to be measured not so much by the position that one has reached in life as by the obstacles which he has overcome.” – Booker T Washington Mr. Beasley was recently on our show. He talked about his article Black Men Should Forever Be Grateful For Donald Trump . The conversation was be co-hosted by Christopher “Flood The Drummer” Norris of Techbook Online. During the conversation, Mr. Beasley talked about: – Some of his background and when did activism enter his life including his parents reaction on him becoming an activist – His thoughts on Donald Trump and Barack Obama – What are young Black men telling him about Donald Trump and will Donald Trump cause older and younger Black to unify – Does he feel that Donald Trump is a racist – The reaction to the article – Suggestions on how America needs to respond to the Trump presidency and his future ambitions You can contact Mr. Beasley via: Instagram Please feel free to email us at dr.vibe@th