TV doctors vs. real MDs


the invitation card from the Open House in 1966

We’re almost halfway through my roster of African-American TV doctors.  We are profiling 22 regular television characters that have changed and are changing the way we look at the medical profession and its cultural context.  But I can’t wait to get back to telling you about the real doctors that impacted medicine in the city of Detroit back in the 1960s!

Let’s keep in mind that there were very few role models these men could draw upon as they served in World War II and Korean War, worked their way through medical school, broke down walls in 1950s Detroit, and built their own clinic from the ground up. Your interest and participation is essential to telling this story.

“Phase one” of the crowd-funding campaign   at concludes on Jan. 31.  A donation now will help us get the principal photography done.  Thanks for your support!

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About chaviscrew

Once a DJ, then a radio newsman, then communications director for an international non-profit organization, Steve Chavis built this blogsite as one of several to tell amazing, life-changing stories.

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