I am a pediatrician and interact with children everyday I am in clinic. I learned a great deal from this documentary- in fact was moved by the issues exposed in this documentary. I am a white person. How can I move to being part of the solution?
This movie is both a wonderful exposition on the critical problem of too few black male physicians in this country and a powerful inspiration to those who can and will work to change it.
This documentary was an eye opener for me as a white physician. It has always been my belief that all young children no matter what their race may be, have opportunities to strive to what they want to be as an adult, however, there are many obstacles that I never considered that contribute to stand in the way of those minorities that are contributory in preventing or diverting those individuals from achieving specific goals. This documentary film broadened my horizons in considering other factors for minorities to overcome those barriers.
Very eye-opening and very well done. It's a sad statement on America. I hope and pray this movement is successful.
Words can’t express how much this documentary has opened my eyes. It did a very good job at balancing the facts and opening the floor to conversation. I loved the scenes shot at the barber shop because they were all able to have an open discussion in what they think has gone wrong. In adding the statistics throughout the documentary, the film was able to interlace facts with true stories. Trip, in particular, was heartwarming to watch, and I have no doubt in my mind that he’ll make it big in the health field. To everyone involved in the efforts, thank you. You’ve really gone out of your way to show how deep in crisis our country is in. We definitely have to learn better and do better.