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“Black Women In Medicine” is a feature length documentary that explores the history, contemporary issues, and future possibilities of African American women physicians. Produced and directed by award winning filmmaker, Crystal R. Emery, “Black Women In Medicine” is an unprecedented look into the Black women who are healing African American communities across the nation. The documentary features diverse voices of African American women in medicine including young medical students, practicing physicians, and elder trailblazers all of whom share intimate stories of what it means to be a Black Woman Doctor in America. In telling the stories of women who have persevered in medical fields in part by overcoming barriers linked to race and gender, the film provides audiences with under-represented visions of success and fuel for self-actualization.