Grateful to Dr. Dale who is catalyzing a movement for Black Men in White Coats. This is a "must -see" for the country - for policy-makers, for elementary, middle, high schools and colleges and for medical schools and residency programs. This is a "must-see" if we really aim to improve the health of ALL Americans. There are many wonderful, experienced people featured in this film whose perspectives taught me new things about a topic I am well aware of and care deeply about. Yet, we have so much work to do. Take the time to view this film - you will be glad you did and will want to get involved to do your part.
Superb documentary. Enlightening. Thank you for bringing this information to the forefront. The timing of this documentary could not have been better specially after all that this country has gone through in 2020 and continues to struggle with. Everyone can do something to address this issue, no matter who you are. On the ground level it starts in our homes and extends into our communities. It begins in recognizing & challenging our own biases and understanding that we all need to be respected and heard. Then do what we can, whatever it is, wherever we are, we all must to our part, together.
This is such a good documentary. I had no idea the numbers of black men in medicine was dropping. I think the causes are well thought through and it is time for those of us who have the current mantle to "reach back and pull someone up" as one person in the film said. Very thought provoking. So glad we are starting to talk about these very important issues.
This is such a great message for young men and for all of us. Thank you.
Thanks! Well done!