12 Nov
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Discrimination and Disparity: Relentlessly Persisting

November 25, 2017-February 28, 2018 Living in a sociopolitical climate that seems to thrive on inequality makes the very real and disruptive experiences of racial disparity inescapable. Worldwide, individuals and groups must navigate this disparity in both their private and public lives. This exhibition explores the processes of internalizing and resisting the “minority” status that […]

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06 Oct
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Contemporary African American Academic Surgeons

Contemporary African American Academic Surgeons Opening February 1 – May 6, 2017. The role of African Americans as health care providers in the history of medicine is a story often overlooked. Yet, as physicians, healers, midwives, or “root doctors,” African Americans have always practiced medicine. Early black physicians not only became skilled practitioners, but also […]

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