The Repeating History Behind the FAMU Hospital Closure


With the passing of the civil rights act in 1964, integration has been repeatedly used as a reason to close historically black Institutions. This story explores how the creation and closing of one African American hospital on the Florida A & M Campus impacted a local community.

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Title: The Repeating History Behind the FAMU Hospital Closure

Type: Segment

Subject(s): Retro Local - Station Segments

Public Broadcasting Station or Institution: WFSU Public Media

Original Broadcast/Publish Date: 11/10/2019

Runtime: 00:13:23

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  • Media Rights: All manner and media
  • Territory (*Please note: all internet exploitation of this program must be geo-limited to the specified territory): Worldwide
  • Releases: Unlimited
  • Term: 10 years
  • Editing Allowed?: No
  • Digital Classroom Rights: Yes
  • Promotional Use: Yes

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Language: English


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