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Fresh Is The Word

262 EpisodesProduced by Kelly "K-Fresh" FrazierWebsite

Since its launch in November 2015, Fresh is the Word has been a documentation of your host K-Fresh as they journey through their love of music and pop culture, as well as using this platform to share they growth on topics important to women, people or color and the LGBTQ community through the artist… read more

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Episode #222: Joyce Marie Fitzpatrick and Brian Shackelford – Producers/Directors of the Film The Color of Medicine: The Story of Homer G. Phillips Hospital About the First All-Black Hospital

The guests for this episode are Joyce Marie Fitzpatrick and Brian Shackelford, the co-producers and co-directors of the documentary The Color of Medicine: The Story of Homer G. Phillips Hospital. This documentary sheds a light on the disparity between the medical treatment that the African-American community receives as opposed to others; something that we are really seeing these days with the COVID pandemic and the recent Black Lives Matter protests. The Color of Medicine not only tells the astonishing history of the first all-black hospital in St. Louis, but also recognizes and celebrates the achievements of the brave healthcare workers who were among the first black physicians and nurses to be medically trained in the United States.

Using this documentary as a framework, this discussion with Joyce Marie Fitzpatrick and Brian Shackelford puts into account the world we are living in right now during the COVID pandemic and the recent Black Lives Matter protests. Many of the stories of the Homer G. Phillips Hospital really parallel things still happening today with Black people in America. This talk with Joyce and Brian is an excellent example of the type of discussions that need to happen between white and Black people, as they not only share things from the history of the hospital, but we share our own experiences and compare outcomes from the white and black perspective.

Items Mentioned In Episode:
BLACKPINK “How You Like That”
Calico – The Everyday Junglist Podcast Episode 4 (5.10.2010)
Slay the Dragon (Film)
The Color of Medicine: The Story of Homer G. Phillips Hospital (Film)
Black Lives Matter
Hidden Orchard Mysteries (teen mystery-comedy film from Joyce Marie Fitzpatrick and Brian Shackelford)

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Courtesy of STEVE O. Check out more music at eyeamsteveo.bandcamp.com.

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