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Join this week’s episode of Max Out Time for a conversation with SAG Actor Maxwell Whittington-Cooper on Black male representation in the media, mentorship in the entertainment industry and the overall importance of the groundbreaking, Emmy award-winning, film When They See Us.

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This week on Max Out Time: Public Health Doctor, Krystal Redman, Executive Director of SPARK Reproductive Justice Now in Atlanta, Georgia, discusses minority healthcare access, Black maternal and infant mortality rates and her new book “I Am Amyracle… and I was born early,” depicting Dr. Redman’s personal hardships with Childbirth.

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This week on Max Out Time, RuQuan discusses his mission to get as many guns off the streets as he can through love.

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From Netflix's Emmy award-winning limited series When They See Us to portraying Walter Plowden in the first biopic about Harriet Tubman, 2019 has been Hunter's breakout year. For more on Hunter, follow him on social media @henry_hunter__hall​

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This week on Max Out Time: Angela Jennings and Reggie Smith, co-founders of BOOMBOX Boxing Club, DC’s first boutique boxing studio, discuss their new-age boxing gym just steps from Washington Nationals Park.