A long time coming: American Medical Association apologizes to black doctors

Friday, July 11, 2008

The American Medical Association has issued an apology to black doctors for a history of racial discrimination. But is it a case of too little too late? The Takeaway talks with Dr. George C. Debnam, who experienced the AMA’s racial prejudice firsthand as a young doctor in North Carolina in the 1950’s.
Guest: Retired Dr. George C. Debnam, a trustee at Shaw University


Noel King

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