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“Suddenly everything changed” Robinson joined the Darien police force part-time in 2012 on the recommendation of Ryan Alexander, his onetime direct supervisor and former best friend.Now Alexander is a co-defendant in Robinson’s suit.They began seeing each other outside the office, and a romance bloomed.Robinson had kept previous interracial relationships a secret, believing many whites in this small coastal community would not approve.
Brunswick attorney Rick Strickland, who represents the defendants in Robinson’s suit, declined to comment.Within two years Robinson was the department’s narcotics investigator — “the job I always wanted,” he told The Atlanta Journal-Constitution.He often worked alongside a new hire, Stacy Miller.And, small world that it is, I’ll be visiting the ONYX group for a “Swirling” book signing and discussion, and Ming will be the moderator–advanced notice for my ATL peeps–on September 28.
(Deets coming soon.) Just an aside, I’m SO happy to see some Atlanta ladies exercising down south.
This group is made up of black women and non-black men.