So if the accountability lies within the medical schools and subjective exams being interpreted by admissions boards with subconscious biases, how does this get changed? What can I do to help facilitate dreams in the life of today’s youth. What changes can be made to the parentless child who is living out their adult life repeating the cycle, with children who are without guidance. How does one enhance the care for our youth and open doors of opportunity, instill resilience at the “summit” level? Everyone one wants the best doctor. How do you instill the drive to be the best in your calling? Dr. Dale, thank you for addressing a devastating crisis! Oh Lord, show me how I can make a change for Your honor!
A thought provoking and much needed discussion of the barriers and changes needed to encourage more young black men to successfully pursue a career in medicine. "If you can't see one, then you can't imagine being one". We should all join in the movement to ensure that our next generation sees more black men in white coats!
This movie was wonderful.
It saddens me to see how being a black man in America still causes racial disparity.
We are all human beings and should be treated as such.
I agree we as a community need to instill in our children that they can be whatever they want to be.
There should be programs in school to prepare our children for medical school.
Inner city schools aren't fortunate to have the luxuries as private or county schools have.
Now is the time to make a change for our future doctors of color.
Extremely empowering! We all play a role in the change that still needs to unfold.
A very important and well done documentary!!! This documentary clearly articulates the problem of why we need more black men in white coats, and also provides solutions on what we can do to make this happen. I am a black male physician and this documentary motivates me to continue to provide mentorship to black boys and girls who desire to become physicians. Thank you BMWC for your continued work.