#MeToo founder Tarana Burke on grief; Why there are few Black doctors in the U.S. : Here & Now Author and activist Tarana Burke, founder of the #MeToo movement, talks about the immense amount of grief we're all feeling. And, the percentage of Black doctors hasn't changed in 40 years. New reporting finds Black residents get more harshly disciplined and thrown out of their programs at a much higher rate than their white counterparts. Dr. Valerie Montgomery Rice joins us.

#MeToo founder Tarana Burke on grief; Why there are few Black doctors in the U.S.

#MeToo founder Tarana Burke on grief; Why there are few Black doctors in the U.S.

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Author and activist Tarana Burke, founder of the #MeToo movement, talks about the immense amount of grief we're all feeling.

And, the percentage of Black doctors hasn't changed in 40 years. New reporting finds Black residents get more harshly disciplined and thrown out of their programs at a much higher rate than their white counterparts. Dr. Valerie Montgomery Rice joins us.

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