Dudley Brooks with an inside view of the Washington Post newsroom
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Dudley M. Brooks is based in Washington D.C, US and the deputy director of photography for The Washington Post. He is also the photo editor for The Washington Post Magazine. Proceeding this, Brooks was the director of photography and senior photo editor for the monthly magazine Ebony and its weekly sister periodical Jet - both published by Johnson Publishing Company in Chicago. These iconic publications chronicled the African American experience for over seven decades.  In addition to his primary responsibilities at the Post, he is also a award winning photographer and  a co-founder of The Obsidian Project – an organization committed to promoting culturally diverse points-of-view within the visual industry.
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