STEREOTYPES DO NOT Limit or Define Black Men | The Three Doctors | by Granvel Johnson

STEREOTYPES DO NOT Limit or Define Black Men

Three Young Men Make A Promise And Fulfill A Dream!

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“The trio is made up of Dr. Rameck Hunt, Dr. Sampson Davis, and Dr. George Jenkins. All three grew up in Newark, New Jersey, where they met each other in high school. The three grew up in public housing and were members of low-income families. During high school, the three made a pact to get through high school, college, and medical school successfully.

“Surrounded by negative influences and having few positive role models made this a not so easy feat. Now many years later, these three men have overcome countless obstacles and proudly bear the subtitle of doctor, serving as the face of health and education for youth and families across our country. 

“Dr. Davis and Hunt are medical doctors, Dr. Jenkins is a dentist. In addition to their medical practices they give back to their communities through motivational speaking, and writing. They have written three books together: The Pact, We Beat the Streets, and The Bond. Dr. Davis also released a new book, Living & Dying in Brick City which provides a rare, real-life glimpse into the inner workings of an urban emergency room, while offering practical health advice for our communities.”

Granvel Johnson received a Bachelor of Arts in Ministry and Leadership from Vanguard University and a master's degree from Duke Divinity. Granvel is the author of Think on These Things: Meditations for Spiritual Living, and the critically acclaimed Notes to our Sons: for the Journey from Childhood to Manhood, which is a unique series of workbooks designed to guide and encourage young men as they grow into positive, productive, and responsible men.


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