The Power of Equity: Interview with Oni Blackstock

Welcome back to the medical humanities podcast. I am Brandy Schillace, Editor in Chief, and today we are speaking with Dr. Oni Blackstock. In this episode, we discuss the powerful influence of Black women in medicine and in health justice. What will it take to change the course of healthcare and ensure equity for all? […]

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Black History Month: Featuring Dr. Charles DeWitt Watts (1917-2004)

In today’s feature, we honor the long career of Dr. Charles DeWitt Watts (1917-2004). Dr. Watts, the first African American to be certified by a surgical specialty board in North Carolina, spent a half-century advocating for civil rights and medical equity. In addition to playing a key role in founding Lincoln Community Health Center (which […]

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Black History Month Feature: Dr. Oni Blackstock

Throughout the month of February, in honor Black History Month, the Medical Humanities-BMJ blog is proud to feature distinguished Black individuals who have made outstanding contributions to medicine and medical humanities.¬† By Brandy Schillace, Medical Humanities-BMJ EIC Here at Medical Humanities, we have been very lucky to have hosted Dr. Oni Blackstock, MD, MHS, on […]

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