Galen Henderson writes about “Doctoring While Black: The Talented Tenth”

“The Talented Tenth” was published as part of Brown University’s Alumni Series.

Throughout life, I think it is important to be mission driven, to live and work to improve personally and societally. I feel extremely proud of what I have accomplished. I am honored and privileged to have had the opportunity to become a physician. My journey has been complex. I am a true unicorn: an African American male physician. I break all of the stereotypes. I know that within my community and globally, I am viewed as a role model who demonstrates that education is truly transformative.

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