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Strong Black Men
One thing they cannot prohibit –
The strong men…coming on
The strong men gittin’ stronger.
– Sterling Brown Poem
Man of the Month:
Dr. Reginald Robinson
Dr. Reginald L. Robinson, MD, is a board certified cardiologist at Medstar Washington Hospital Center and the Bowie, Maryland office of Medstar. Dr. Robinson also serves on the board of Medstar Cardiology Associates, and is part of the Quality Committee for the practice. In addition, he holds a position on the Board of the Mid-Atlantic American Heart Association, and is on the Board of the DC affiliate of the American Heart Association, where he was previously president. His expertise is in general clinical cardiology, treating heart arrhythmia, hypertension, cardiovascular disease, congestive heart failure, and other diseases of the heart.
Morehouse College 1990
Howare University School of Medicine 1995
Temple University Residency and Fellowship, 2000
John Lewis: Good Trouble
An intimate account of legendary U.S. Representative John Lewis’ life, legacy and more than 60 years of extraordinary activism – from the bold teenager on the front lines of the Civil Rights movement to the legislative powerhouse he was throughout his career.
"The Mugshot Series" Reverses Ugly Stereotypes of Black Men
Artist EJ Brown is fed up with the media perpetuating damaging and destructive stereotypes of black men.
Specifically, the 25-year-old Point Park University graduate feels frustrated when the media places blame on black victims of police killings and refers to these men as thugs and criminals.
To combat those frequent misrepresentations, Brown created a powerful photo series that flips the narrative on its head.