Black Women in Medicine is distributed by American Public Television. It is available for viewing though your local public television station.

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Funding for this program has been provided by:

Connecticut Health Foundation, Inc.

Fairfield County’s Community Foundation – Fund for Women and Girls

Ford Foundation

Gordon and Betty Moore Foundation

William Graustein

The Josiah Macy Jr. Foundation

Mark P. Smith

W.K. Kellogg Foundation

National Black Programming Consortium

The New York Women’s Foundation

Kaiser Permanente

JoAnn H. Price

Robert Wood Johnson Foundation

Roslyn Milstein Meyer and Jerome Meyer Foundation

Seymour L. Lustman Memorial Fund