Sick and Tired of Being Sick and Tired moves beyond the
depiction of African Americans as mere recipients of aid or as
victims of neglect and highlights the ways black health activists
created public health programs and influenced public policy at
every opportunity. Smith also sheds new light on the infamous
Tuskegee syphilis experiment by situating it within the context of
black public health activity, reminding us that public health work
had oppressive as well as progressive consequences.
Subjects: Political Science
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