Great documentary, especially on shedding the light on why there is so few Black Male doctors. Really enjoyed watching and can't wait to do my part in helping the shortage.
Thank you for creating this documentary. As a med school faculty member I think all faculty members AND admissions committee member should watch this to help them understand the issues.
Most compelling was the story of Trip, well narrated and well placed in the documentry. The other points (soft bigotry of low expectations, patient trust, the role of medical schools, standarized testing, gatekeepers) and of course the underlying narrative ("you can't be what you can't see") neatly lay out many of the growth checkpoints and rate-limiting steps in the pathway to increasing Black men in white coats. This is and should be a coversation starter and catalyst to measurable change. Thank you for condensing that book to a differently digestable and easily sharable format. Thank you for being the change.
Well done, Game on. PLEASE continue the good work. We will do our part.
As a white woman I will never fully understand the black perspective but through movies like this at least I can listen to a variety of perspectives, voices, struggles and successes and look for ways I can help or step out of the way. And if I can raise my children to be better than me, to start younger, to go further, to be better than I am then hopefully they will be a positive note in someone elses story.