Don't you just love it when you see beautiful black babies growing up and moving along in the RIGHT direction. I know I love it, so I promote it as such!
Tony Hansberry II at age 14 has already invented a stitching technique that can be used to reduce surgical complications as well as reduce the chance of error from less experienced surgeons.
Look at this young man teaching surgeons how to get it right!
"I've always had a passion for medicine," he said in a recent interview. "The project I did was, basically, the comparison of novel laparoscopic instruments in doing a hysterectomy repair.”
In April, Tony was able to present his findings at a medical conference at the University of Florida with an audience of doctors and board certified surgeons.
Tony says that studying the field of medicine is not hard when you have a passion for it and states that it took him about a day or two to come up with his stitching concept.
Everyone needs to be proud of this young man and for you all who know young men, and even old men who are moving in the right direction or you see potential in them - praise them, motivate them and if you can - lead them.
Black men in our society have a terrible reputation and are only known for the negative stereotypes and unfortunately when they do good - it often goes unnoticed, which probably will dissuade them from continuing on the right path.
So for the GOOD men in your life - big them up, and remember that Fathers Day is around the corner.
And if you KNOW that you are a good man, and there is no one around you to remind you of this - BIG UP YU SELF!