American Medical Association Apologizes to Black Doctors Last week, the American Medical Association issued a formal apology to African-American doctors for decades of racial inequality. Farai speaks with Harriet Washington, a medical ethicist and co-author of the AMA report that shed light on that sordid history.
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American Medical Association Apologizes to Black Doctors

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American Medical Association Apologizes to Black Doctors

American Medical Association Apologizes to Black Doctors

American Medical Association Apologizes to Black Doctors

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Last week, the American Medical Association issued a formal apology to African-American doctors for decades of racial inequality.

Farai speaks with Harriet Washington, a medical ethicist and co-author of the AMA report that shed light on that history in the Journal of the American Medical Association.