Black History Month Film Presentation: The Color of Medicine - Event Details

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Black History Month Film Presentation: The Color of Medicine

Location: UCB 100

UH Hilo Black History Month Committee presents "The Color of Medicine" A documentary capturing the history of medical training of African-Americans at Homer G. Phillips Hospital. Dr. Earle U. Robinson Jr., a 2nd generation physician and alumnus, whose father was one of the first 27 interns to graduate from Homer G. Phillips, shares his personal story and the significance of the Homer G. Phillips hospital's valuable part in African-American history.

A discussion will follow the film presentation.

Special Restrictions: Lumisight clearance needed for entry.

For more information, contact: hduley@hawaii.edu (808) 315-6613

Tags: Educational Film Film BHM Black History American History

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