Robert A Douglas

Robert A Douglas


Baltimore, Maryland

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March 2021
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About Robert

Robert A. Douglas is a Baltimorean dedicated to uplifting the voices of marginalized children through various expressions of art. As an author, filmmaker, educator, and producer of podcasts, Robert uses writing to motivate others despite their current circumstances. To date, Robert has published four books (Fertile Concrete, Fertile Concrete II, The New Souls of Black Folk, and On the Border) that gives wheels to his own voice as well as others in underserved communities. Robert also adapted his own book The New Souls of Black Folk into an indie documentary he produced called NEW SOULS; chronically topics from single-parent homes, school to prison pipelines, the homeless epidemic and more. He has also expanded his latest work, On the Border, into a podcast called Reaching the Border where he gives voice to some of his students targeted by various mediums, their own communities, etc. Most recently, Robert has developed a spec TV pilot script called SCHOOL OF LIFE based on his time in one of the toughest neighborhoods in Baltimore as a school administrator. In his downtime, Robert likes to cook, be a recluse out in nature, and spend quality time with his precious family.





    SCHOOL OF LIFE Drama When appointed to his dream job as the Headmaster of a Baltimore Charter, an alcoholic educator struggles to keep his strained family together while protecting his at-risk students, both in and out of school, from the gritty streets of his past.


    MASON-DIXON Drama When a “woke as fuck” inner-city debate champ embarks on an initiative to combat racial tensions and improve veteran relations, he swaps families—and much more—with a gothic country rebel currently on the run for acts of hate.

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