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The Weight of the Nation. 2012..
What Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Would Want Us to Know About Health Care Disparities [Internet]. National Institutes of Health; 2011.Available from: http://videocast.nih.gov/summary.asp?live=10685.
William Cleland, M.D. 2000.
The Legacy of William Montague Cobb, MD, PhD (1904-1990) [Internet]. 1992;Available from: http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC2571791/.
The Louis T. Wright Library of Harlem Hospital [Internet]. 1952;Available from: http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC2617302/
A Brief History of McRae Memorial Sanatorium. JNMA 1962;54:517-519.
Burrell Memorial Hospital. JNMA 1963;55:256-257.
The Corporeal and Ocular Veil: Dr. Matilda A. Evans (1872-1935) and Complexity of Southern History [Internet]. The Journal of Southern History 2004;70(1 ):3-34.Available from: http://www.jstor.org/stable/27648310.
Dr Louis T. Wright and the NAACP: pioneers in hospital racial integration. Am J Public Health 2000;90(6):883-92..
A History of Harlem Hospital. JNMA 1964;56:373-380.
History of the Imhotep National Conference on Hospital Integration. Journal of the National Medical Association 1962;54(1):116-119..
Kansas City General Hospital No.2, A Historical Summary. JNMA 1962;54:525-537.
Lincol Hospital of Durham, North Carolina, A Short History. JNMA 1965;57:177-183.
Louis Tompkins Wright, 1891-1952. [date unknown];45(2):130-148..
Medical Progress and African Americans. American Journal of Public Health 2002;92(2):191-194..
The Mercy-Douglass Hospital. JNMA 1961;53:1-7.
Norfolk Community Hospital. JNMA 1966;58:151-154.
Paul B. Cornely (1906–2002): Civil Rights Leader and Public Health Pioneer [Internet]. American Journal of Public Health 2011;101(1)Available from: http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC3222469/.
Provident Hospital. JNMA 1961;53:209-222.
Segregation and Discrimination in Medical Care in the United States [Internet]. Americal Journal of Public Health: Nation's Health 1956;46(9):1074-1081.Available from: http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC1624033/.
A Spark- A Flame- A Beacon Light, The Holy Family Hospital. JNMA 1963;55:86-92.
White Nurses, Black Midwives and Public Health in Mississippi, 1920-1950. Nursing History Reveiw 1994;2:29-49..
Whittaker Memorial Hospital. JNMA 1964;56:119-123.
Account: To Mary Oliver for Slave Medical Services. [date unknown];:1..
African Americans, Health Care, and the Reproductive Freedom Movement in Detroit, 1918-1945. 1999;:312..
An Afrocentric Analysis of the Transition and Transformation of African Medicine (root Medicine) as Spiritual Practice Among Gullah People of Lowcountry South Carolina. [date unknown];:165..
Birth Behind the Veil: African American Midwives and Mothers in the Rural South, 1921-1962. 2009;:202..
'Courageous Negro Servitors' and Laboring Irish Bodies: An Examination of Antebellum-Era Modern American Gynecology. 2008;:296..
Documents on the Origin and Development of the Tuskegee Syphilis Study. [date unknown];:2..
Exploring the Early Development of Health Inequality: Culture, Stress, and Health Among African American Adolescents. 2008;:258..
Leonidas H. Berry Papers. [date unknown];:4..
Recipes Run in Our Families Not Illnesses: Older Black Women on Race, Health Disparities, and the Health Care System. 2006;:376..
The Roots of Healing: Archaeological and Historical Investigations of African-American Herbal Medicine. 2004;:177..
Sickness, Health, and the Politics of Well Being in Harlem, New York, During the Interwar Period. 2005;:241..
Trauma as a Biological Consequence of Inequality: A Biocultural Analysis of the Skeletal Remains of Washington D.C's African American Poor. 2006;:182..
Viewing African-American History Through the Lens of Health: The Great Migration and African-Americans in Detroit, 1916-1940. [date unknown];:319..
White Plague in Black L.A.: Tuberculosis Among African Americans in Los Angeles, 1930-1950. 2000;:151..