Donny Jackson talks about how he went from from being a doctor to becoming a television producer and how writing poetry has remained a constant throughout his journey. We also talk about the reality of racism in America as well as how to use your art t...
Donny Jackson talks about how he went from from being a doctor to becoming a television producer and how writing poetry has remained a constant throughout his journey. We also talk about the reality of racism in America as well as how to use your art to create empathy.
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A staple of the poetry community for over 2 decades, Donny Jackson is also a doctor of clinical psychology, and a multiple Emmy-winning Producer and Director in unscripted television, including CNN’s United Shades of America with W. Kamau Bell, R&B Divas for TV One, The Bachelor for ABC, A&E’s Teach, and Inside the Label for BET. Dr. Donny is also an NAACP Image Award winner for his producing duties on TV One’s music documentary series, Unsung.
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