Dr. Umar Johnson
Pan-Afrikan psychologist Dr. Umar Johnson drew attention to interracial relationships when he asked if Jonathan Majors was "snowbunnied" after his arrest for allegedly assaulting his girlfriend.
School psychologist Dr. Umar Johnson told the Breakfast Club that his school for Black boys - The Frederick Douglass Marcus Garvey Academy - could be "up and running" soon. But there's a catch.
As if the situation surrounding Donald Trump's case of the coronavirus couldn't get any less predictable, it turns out that the president's personal physician graduated from the same medical school as Dr. Umar Johnson.
Umar Johnson blessed made a Labor Day social media appearance to explain in two words why the school for Black boys that he raised hundreds of thousands of dollars for years ago has never been built: "Quaker grits."
Dr. Umar Johnson is using Instagram Live for divisive purposes while the rest of the world uses the social media app to unite in the wake of the coronavirus pandemic.
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