Whom Shall I Fear?: Pushing the Politics of Change
Ewart Frederick Brown (Author)
February 04, 2020
6.14 X 0.94 X 9.21 inches | 1.69 pounds
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About the Author
Ewart Frederick Brown was born in Bermuda in 1946. He attended primary and secondary schools in Bermuda before going to Jamaica, where he was an outstanding student-athlete at St. Jago High School in Spanish Town. In 1966 he represented Bermuda at the Commonwealth Games in Kingston, Jamaica, where he ran the 400 meters and 1600 meter relay. Brown attended Howard University in Washington, D.C., where he served as president of the Howard University Student Association and captained the track team. After graduating from Howard with a B.Sc. degree in chemistry, he received his M.D. from Howard University College of Medicine. He also earned an M.P.H., with an emphasis on child health, maternal family population control, and international health from the University of California at Los Angeles. He is a certified Diplomate of the American Board of Family Practice and the American Board of Quality Assurance and Utilization Review Physicians. Dr. Brown has served as a trustee of both Howard University and Charles R. Drew University of Medicine and Science; assistant professor in the Department of Family Practice at Charles R. Drew University of Medicine and Science; director, Marcus Garvey School in Los Angeles, California; and vice president of the Union of American Physicians and Dentists (California Federation). He is a former member of the California State Commission on Maternal, Child and Adolescent Health, a former director of Marina Hills Hospital in Los Angeles, and a founding commissioner of the Board of Prevention Commissioners for South Central Los Angeles Regional Center for Persons with Developmental Disabilities. He was also a founder and chairman of the board of directors of Western Park Hospital in Los Angeles. After working as a physician in Los Angeles for many years, he returned home to Bermuda, where he served as a Member of Parliament from 1993 to 2010, Deputy Premier from 2003 to 2006, and Premier from 2006 to 2010. Dr. Brown is the recipient of many awards including the Physicians Recognition Award from the American Medical Association, the Grassroots Health Award from the Sons of Watts, California, the Community Leadership Award of the Dubois Academic Institute, the Pacesetter Award of the NAACP, the Humanitarian of the Year Award from Marcus Garvey School in Los Angeles, the Scroll Award of the Union of American Physicians and Dentists, and the Scroll of Merit Award from the National Medical Association. He received an Honorary Doctorate of Laws from Howard University in 2009, when he also delivered the 142nd Opening Convocation Address. He is married to Wanda Henton Brown, and he has four sons: Kevin, Maurice, Ewart III, and Donovan; and three grandchildren: Caleb, Kira, and Kesi.