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Dr. Heavenly Kimes Reveals the “Best Episode” of Married to Medicine

The Married to Medicine dentist is reflecting on an incredibly meaningful moment. 

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Reverend Al Sharpton Praises the Married to Medicine Cast, Says "There's Nothing More Important" Than the Covid-19 Testing They Provided at the March on Washington
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Reverend Al Sharpton Praises the Married to Medicine Cast, Says "There's Nothing More Important" Than the Covid-19 Testing They Provided at the March on Washington

"57 years ago when Dr. King came, they didn't have Black doctors like you," said Reverend Sharpton at a special dinner arranged by Doctors Heavenly and Damon Kimes.

The ladies of Married to Medicine have experienced plenty of memorable moments with one another, but if you were to ask Dr. Heavenly Kimes, she’d tell you that one episode in particular is the best one yet. 

In a tweet after the April 18 episode, in which the cast headed to Washington DC to work as medical advisors amid the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic during the March on Washington, Dr. Heavenly tweeted, “This was the best episode. Yet!” The dentist also tagged Reverend Al Sharpton and Ben Crump, whom the ladies had an important conversation about race relations over dinner with, adding, “Wow wow wow.” 

“We’re all going to make our best speeches at the march, but the real sermon message is you guys coming to test, because that people will walk away with that we matter,” Reverend Al Sharpton shared in an inspirational talk at dinner, which you can watch in the clip above. “Nothing more important this weekend than what y’all are doing. 57 years ago when Dr. King and them came, they didn’t have Black doctors like y’all. 57 years ago, they didn’t even have the access to medical school. So that’s why it’s so important you’re there.” 

Toya Bush-Harris also took to social media to remember the occasion, sharing a series of photos from the March on Washington with her Instagram followers in an April 18 post. “This was such a blessing,” Toya wrote in a heartfelt caption. “To experience it with my husband and best friend made it even more wonderful.” 

In another post, Toya shared a photo with her husband Dr. Eugene Harris, Dr. Simone Whitmore and her husband, Cecil. “The Harris’ and the crew [Dr. Simone] and [Cecil] take on DC,” she captioned the group photo. 

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