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Juneteenth, which commemorates the end of slavery in the U.S., is coming up. What’s something you’ve seen in 2021 that gives you hope?

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“Black clinicians coming together on Twitter to provide a safe space for each other.”-Dr. Chase Anderson, UCSF

Passion in the Medical Profession | June 11, 2021 | <1 min read


Dr. Chase Anderson, UCSF

Black clinicians coming together on Twitter to provide a safe space for each other.

Kim Williams, Admin Specialist, Johns Hopkins Medicine

Something that gave me hope this past year was seeing people from all over the world gather in solidarity for George Floyd.

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Dr. Margaret Chisolm, Johns Hopkins Medicine

Recognition of the stellar talents and contributions of African American physician faculty members @HopkinsMedicine by elevating them to deserved and long overdue professorial ranks and leadership roles.

Dr. Colleen Christmas, Johns Hopkins Medicine

The next generation of doctors gives me hope. They are so much wiser to underpinnings of societal ills and injustices than we were at that time in training, have incredibly open, flexible minds, and are far more diverse and interesting.

Dr. Aline Charabaty, Johns Hopkins Medicine

Amazing young clinicians paving their own path their own way and lifting each other up along the way. Also, a more diverse clinical population.

Dr. Carl Streed Jr., Boston Medical Center

Medicine reckoning with it’s past and present. Especially hopeful about the work by @DrAlethaMaybank and colleagues at @AmerMedicalAssn to advance equity and justice in medicine.