Medicine: Interracial Clinic

In Georgia's Macon County (pop. 65% Negro), the contrast between the unchanged Old South and the ever-changing New South is evident everywhere. Negro men and women study at famed Tuskegee Institute not far from where a few practitioners of voodoo still do a lively business. Last week Tuskegee Institute presented a scene that was unknown in the Old South and is still unfamiliar in the new. Four hundred Negro and white doctors from all over the U.S. met on the campus for the 43rd annual meeting of the John A. Andrew Clinical Society.* Ignoring segregation, they lived in the same guest...

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