Pioneers of Black Journalism: Honoring the Legacy of Max Robinson

Pioneers of Black Journalism: Honoring the Legacy of Max Robinson

Max Robinson was the first African American broadcast network news anchor in the US and a founder of the (NABJ) National Association of Black Journalists. Max is the namesake of Whitman-Walker Health's Max Robinson Center in Anacostia.

A panel discussion with network colleagues Maureen Bunyan and Bruce Johnson, Clarence Page of the Chicago Tribune, and Max's son, Mark Robinson, of the Montgomery County Sentinel. The panel will be moderated by Max’s Eyewitness News Co-Anchor Gordon Peterson.

Free and open to the public, but please RSVP to events@whitman-walker.org if you plan to attend.
For additional information, contact events@whitman-walker.org or call 202-204-5531.

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Event starts at 9:00 AM

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