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based admissions practices at Yale School of Medicine. Yale had previously trained African American men in medicine. In 1857, Dr. Cortlandt Van Rensselaer Creed became the first African American medi- cal graduate of Yale. Twelve other men followed over the next four decades. These signs of racial progress at Yale ended abruptly at the beginning of the 20th cen- tury. In step with social norms and legal strictures that enforced segregation in the society, Yale School of Medicine quietly closed its doors to African Americans for nearly one-half century, leaving no record of African American graduates — male or female — between 1903 and 1947. Hamburg had an immediate impact on admissions at the medical school. The next two African American graduates were also women, Dr. Yvette Fay Francis- McBarnette in 1950 and Dr. Doris Louise Wethers in 1952. Other African Ameri- cans continued to graduate through the 1950’s and 1960’s but significant numbers


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were not achieved until after 1970. There are now more than 400 African American men and women graduates of the medical school. “Dr. Hamburg prevailed against ex-


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tremely rigid racial, gender and institu- tional barriers that once closed doors of opportunity to women and African Ameri- cans in medicine,” said Dr. Forrester A. “Woody” Lee, professor of medicine and associate dean of multicultural affairs at Yale School of Medicine. “We are truly honored to celebrate with her and her family the legacy she has created at Yale.”


2 JVC Road Francis-McBarnette left Yale in 1950


to train in pediatrics at Michael Reese Hospital before returning to Queens, New York, and establishing one of the first comprehensive sickle cell treatment clin- ics. Wethers, a 1952 graduate, trained in pediatrics in Washington, D.C. and Brook- lyn, New York. She became the first Afri-


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The Hardin County Schools are located in central Kentucky 30 min- utes south of Louisville. We service 14,000 plus students in a culturally diverse community. We have over 2,200 employees working at over 20 locations across the county. For employment opportunities, visit us


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The Hardin County Board of Education does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin, sex, religion, age or disabil- ity in employment or the provision of services.


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