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Author Title [ Type(Desc)] Year
, . On the Firing Line a Travel-Tour to Scenes of the Fight Against Tuberculosis. 1939.
Smith L, Lyons S. Forgotten Genius. 2007.
Taylor HL. Health and the Built Environment the Effects of Where We Live, Work and Play. 2005.
Health Care and African-Americans. 2009.
Hogan VK, Jenkins B, , . Health Disparities Why We Need New Approaches. 2004.
Dickens HO. Helen Octavia Dickens, M.D. Follows Her Dream. 1999.
Barnett R. High Achievers. 2001.
Oestreich AE. A History of African American Radiology. 1994.
Wailoo K. How Cancer Crossed the Color Line Race and Disease in 20th Century America. 2005.
Jenkins B. In Medical Science. 1997.
Humphreys M. Intensely Human the Health of Black Soldiers in the American Civil War. 2011.
Callender CO. LaSalle D. Leffall, Jr. Chairman, Department of Surgery, Howard University Hospital. 1993.
Let My People Live. 1938.
Bowers JZ, Bernard LJ. Matthew Walker, M.D. 1974.
Barnett R. Medical Leaders. 1999.
Smith MC. Miss Margaret. 2009.
Carson C. The National Institutes of Health Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., Commemorative Program 2006. 2006.
Olopade OI, . Nature, Nurture, and Breast Cancer. 2006.
Roberts S. New Histories for New Politics Making African-American Health History Matter. 2008.
Blakey ML. New York's African Burial Ground and the Struggle for Human Rights. 2001.
Hrabowski FA. NIH 2002 Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., Commemoration Program. 2002.
Herman AM, . NIH 2003 African American History Month Observance. 2003.
The NIH 2005 Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Observance. 2005.
Kinniebrew R. NIH 2011 Black History Month Observance. 2011.
Laurencin CT, . NIH 2011 Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Birthday Observance. 2011.
Rodgers G. NIH 2013 African American History Month Observance Program [Internet]. National Institutes of Health; 2013.Available from:
Jarvis CD. NIH Annual Observance of African American History February 1, 1994, Masur Auditorium. 1994.
Higginbotham EJ, . NIH Black History Month Observance. 2009.
Adams RL. NIH Black History Month Observance, 2010 [Internet]. 2010.Available from:
Hood R. The NIH Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., Annual Observance. 2001.
Leffall LSD, . No Boundaries a Cancer Surgeon's Odyssey and the Contribution of African American Surgeons to Medicine. 2007.
Barnett R. One Doctor Daniel Hale Williams. 1997.
Cornwell EE, . Opening Doors Celebrating the Journey and Achievements of African American Surgeons. 2009.
Stoney GC, Mason WA, Butler EE. Palmour Street (a Study in Family Life). 1950.
Hardy KV. The Psychological Residuals of Slavery. 1995.
Jackson JS. Race and Ethnic Disparities in Physical and Mental Health the National Survey of American Life. 2002.
Randolph K. Race and Health New Directions for the History of Medicine. 2006.
Reynolds PP, Lindberg DAB. Racially Integrating America's Hospitals NIH and the Medicare Hospital Certification Program. 2004.
Mays VM, Mays VM. Racism, Sexism, and Poverty Are Hazardous to Our Health. 2000.
Richards SL, Zeigler WL. Reminiscences of TB Sanitorium and Preventorium. 1998.
Cross WE. Shades of Black Diversity in African-American Identity. 1994.
LaVeist TA, . The Skin You're in Making Progress in Eliminating Health Inequalities. 2011.
LeHardy WM, Gentry PJ. Standing in the Safety Zone Baltimore Remembers the 1918 Flu Epidemic. 1998.
. Susceptible to Kindness Miss Evers' Boys and the Tuskegee Syphilis Study. 1994.
Wilmer HA, Parker L. TB Sanitorium and Preventorium. 1926.
. This is a New Lesson on CHAAMP. 2017.
Bailey EJ. Tracing the Roots of Black Folk Medicine a Cultural Anthropological Approach. 2002.
Caporaso N, . Traco. 2004.
Satcher D, . Tuskegee Experiment Apology. 1997.
Bowers JZ, Leffall LSD. W. Montague Cobb, M.D. 1976.