Celebrating Kaiser's Black History (2011)

Henry J. Kaiser was a pioneer and his stance on diversity in health care and the workplace was considered innovative in his day. In this short documentary, we take a brief look back into ... See full summary »

Director:

Juanita Wyles

Writers:

Juanita Wyles (story), Juanita Wyles

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Credited cast:
Greg Adams Greg Adams ... Himself
Clayton Banks Clayton Banks ... Himself
James Bostick ... Himself
Lisa Hills Lisa Hills ... Herself
Stroy Moyd Stroy Moyd ... Himself
Leshondra Robinson Leshondra Robinson ... Herself
Kimberly Scott Kimberly Scott ... Herself
Ellamae Simmons Ellamae Simmons ... Herself
Sherrie Smith Sherrie Smith ... Herself
Calvin Wheeler Calvin Wheeler ... Himself
Juanita Wyles ... (voice)
Wen'Dell Young Wen'Dell Young ... Himself
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Henry J. Kaiser was a pioneer and his stance on diversity in health care and the workplace was considered innovative in his day. In this short documentary, we take a brief look back into history; visit with Dr. Ellamae Simmons, the first black female physician hired by Kaiser; a look at the health issues that plague the community; how to raise awareness and education for healthier lives. it is a celebration of then and now. Written by Anonymous

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Country:

USA

Language:

English

Release Date:

February 2011 (USA) See more »

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