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Heart of A Community: The History of FAMU Hospital

Heart of A Community: The History of FAMU Hospital Online

Healthcare has become a topic of intense conversation over the past year due to the Coronavirus pandemic. FAMU Hospital provided healthcare services for African-Americans–traditional denied access to white-controlled institutions–for sixty years until the hospital’s closure in 1971.

Dr. Darius Young, an Associate Professor of History at FAMU, will explain the role of healthcare in the 20th century; the history behind FAMU Hospital; and how the university is playing a critical role in combating the Coronavirus pandemic.

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This event is funded by the Florida Humanities Florida Talks: At Home! program.

This event is not hosted by the SJR State Library. We are sharing news of this free event because it is related to the curriculum offered at the College and, therefore, may be of interest to our students, faculty, and staff.  

Related LibGuide: 1619 - 2019: Commemorating 400 Years of African American History by Dr. Christina Will

Date:
Tuesday, April 13, 2021
Time:
5:30pm - 7:00pm
Time Zone:
Eastern Time - US & Canada (change)
Audience:
  All SJR State Students     Community Members     SJR State Employees  
Categories:
  Observance/African American Heritage     Observance/Florida History     Free event provided by an external agency  
Online:
This is an online event. Event URL: https://floridahumanities.org/event/heart-of-a-community-the-history-of-famu-hospital/