This piece highlights a critical issue related to health and longevity and other major cultural phenomena. As a Black physician, I can relate to much of the content, but still learned a great deal from this important piece. It should be required viewing!
Awesome this needs to be shown nationwide. My prayer is that these programs can be incorporated in the city schools. Mentorship is so important our kids need to see themselves! Thank you for the movement! Thanks to the black men in white coats and Dr Dale!
I am the mother of miracle Black boy’s whose purpose extends far more than they can see. This pandemic has halted their development in every way but watching this documentary allowed me to see that nothing can hinder their progress with mentor ship. This is an awesome film and I pray that as parents, we can be the community that’s is necessary to inspire our boys/young men to seek a seat at the table and not be on the menu, thank you my brothers, my Black Medical Doctors.
I'm a non-traditional white male medical student. I've been incredibly lucky that my class has black male representation (I don't believe the class behind me does) - and I know that I've definitely benefited from their presence, passion and perspectives. I will continue in my own growth/journey, continue advocating (while recognizing my place of privilege), and am primarily commenting in order to thank the creators and express my support.
This was a powerful video and I would like to be able to share it.
I was wondering if there is a way or a program to help young black men in Haiti fulfill there dream of becoming a Doctor. I work at New Hanover Regional Medical Center but I am also a Pastor / Missionary to Haiti. There are many young people there that call me Mommy/Mother. My ministry is Seed Faith International and I dream is to help develop Scholarships / Sponsorships for these young people to get there education in Haiti or in the USA. We are a new Ministry and searching for ways to help but financially we are not there yet.