| Release Date: September 2, 2016
Summary: Black Women in Medicine chronicles the unsung journeys of black female doctors who have risen above inequality to excellence to become leaders in their fields. It explores race and gender inequities impacting the contemporary physician. The film also replaces negative, stereotypical imagery — the false and debasing historical narrative regarding race, ethnicity, gender and character — with positive images of successful black women.
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Runtime: 57 min
Rating: Not Rated
Official Site: http://www.changingthefaceofmedicine.org/
Production: URU, The Right To Be
Genres: Biography, Documentary
Country: USA
Language: English
Director Credit
Crystal Emery Director
Writer Credit
Crystal Emery Writer
Cast Credit
Antonia Francis Herself
Ben Carson Himself
Darlene Clark Hine Herself
Deborah Dyett Desir Herself
Doris F. Chang Herself
Jennifer Ellis Herself
Jordan J. Cohen Herself
Joycelyn Elders Herself
Kaylah Guest Herself
Kristel Carrington Herself
Lewis Beilman Himself
Lisa Cooper Herself
Marilyn Hughes Gaston Herself
Regina Benjamin Herself
Sandi Garde Herself
Producer Credit
Allen Scott Co-Producer
Crystal Emery Producer
Fannie Braboy Associate Producer
Guru Madeleine Executive Producer
JoAnn Price Executive Producer
Lauren Wimbush Associate Producer
Marjorie Cadogan Associate Producer
Michael Kerr Associate Producer
Michelle Materre Co-Producer
Nick Petrie Associate Producer
Pat Bates Co-Producer
Patricia Bates Co-Producer
Patrick Lee Co-Producer
Robert Emery-Thomas Associate Producer
Roslyn Meyer Executive Producer
Ted Maynard Producer
Theresa Hopkins-Staten Associate Producer
Tsia Moses Segment Producer