As physicians we have an obligation to work together to recruit and to help more black children become black men in white coats.
Learning, thinking and creativity are inalienable rights, yet the most fundamental way to maintain a culture of separate but equal
is to limit opportunities for each. Medicine at its core has no boundaries, but it remains "unfinished".
This is a must see film for everyone, but especially those in a media, public relations or communications position. It is our responsibility to share stories, content and imagery that is fully representative of our Black community so our young Black men and boys see what they can be. I see you, Trip.
This was an amazing movie! I hope it inspired as many Black Men out there as it did me!
For anyone working to improve equity in healthcare the task can seem overwhelming. This film presents an unambiguous proposal to solve a major cause of disparity: more black doctors in med school now, and more support for them when they get there. Pipelines are important but ineffective if they don't have a viable destination.
Thanks for the direct approach.