An American Tragedy
Chapter Eleven: Trayvon, Medicine, and Education in the US: Moving Away From Individualized Analyses of Race
Trayvon, Medicine, and Education in the US: Moving Away From Individualized Analyses of Race
BRIAN LOZENSKI AND JONEL DAPHNIS
[W]e have a mandate from history, a mandate from the living, the dead and the unborn, to make this moment count by using the time and resources history has given…. History will not forgive us if we blow it. For what we do now and what we fail to do will probably determine the destiny of all Americans.
LERONE BENNETT JR., 19691
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