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The inspiring biography of Dr. Charles Drew who developed America's first blood bank system. From an All-American athlete at Amherst to a pioneering research scientist, Dr. Drew cleared every racist hurdle in a tragically shortened life.
Vetta Sanders-Thompson, Ph.D., and Jermine Alberty, BSB/M, MDiv, will discuss the taboo subject of mental illness in the African American community. They will explore topics surrounding the causes of the illness, the reason for the secret, and the need to break the silence.
All My Babies (1952) was selected in 2002 by the Library of Congress as a "culturally, historically, and artistically significant work" for permanent preservation in the National Film Registry. This beautiful film is the story of "Miss Mary" Coley, an African-American midwife more than half a century ago in rural Georgia.
The story of Homer G. Phillips Hospital which provided state-of-the-art medical training to over two-thirds of all African-American physicians and nurses from 1937 to 1979.
Program examines a number of health issues prevalent in the the African American community and provides contact information for health-related resources.