Books by Sampson Davis
NPR stories about Sampson Davis
In a new memoir, Sampson Davis describes what it was like to return to the hospital where he was born to become an emergency physician. He says his mother taught him that "once you make it, you have to come back and help other people."
Four years ago, three young, African-American men promised to help each other beat the odds and make it through med school. Today, the three men are doctors, and they have made a new pact: to reconnect with their fathers, and forgive them.