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Eric Robinson a.k.a. Sin-Q is an American designer/activist/business owner from Los Angeles, CA, United States.  In 1992 Robinson assisted in brokering a peace agreement between Los Angeles Blood, & Crip gangs as part of activist groups Black Panther New Generation/3rd Dynasty Egyptian Kings.  Robinson’s activism brought him into contact with Aqeela Sherills (Community Activist), & Jim Brown (HOF NFL Football Player) during the inception stages of The Amer-i-can Program.  Eric was also a member of South Central Los Angeles Conscious HipHop Group Poetry-N-Motion.
Robinson had been experimenting with designing since the late 80’s…focusing on Negro League Baseball & Black History, which was inspired by his activism, and the plight of African Americans in America, & Africans around the world.
For over 20 years Robinson has been designing, and supplying garments for the entertainment industry, sports leagues, and high schools.  Action Logos/Black Beginnings takes real world experience into the world of entertainment.  Our clothing has been featured on television sitcoms such as “A Different World” -(Jada Pinkett-Smith and Bumper Robinson), “Fresh Prince of Bel Air” -(Will Smith), “Married With Children” -(Ted McGinley), “Living Single” -(Queen Latifah), “In tha House” -(LL Cool J), “Martin” -(Martin Lawrence), “Moesha” -(Fredro Starr), “The Jaime Foxx Show” -(Jaime Foxx) “The Parkers”, “City Guys”, “Girl Friends” For Your Love”,and many more.
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