Remembering Thurgood Marshall; Jack Nelson; Racism in Medicine

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Monday 01/25/1993

Jack Greenberg of Columbia College, Stephen L. Carter of Yale, Judge Louis Pollak, and biographer Carl Rowan remember Supreme Court Justice Thurgood Marshall and the changes he influenced in the U.S. Jack Nelson recounts his experiences of Klan violence against Southern Jews during the civil rights movement in "Terror in the Night: The Klan's Campaign Against the Jews." Journalist George Strait and medical historian Vanessa Gamble describe the Tuskegee Syphilis Experiment, in which syphilitic African-American males were denied treatment for 40 years.