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The Advancing The Science Campaign at FNBN Studios kicks off with a research and reception Black History Month Forum. Producer, Denetra Hampton is joined by Nurse Scientist, Dr. Dana Hines and Public Health Scholar, Jacquelyn Claude for a candid discussion on the research conducted in the making of the 2018 documentary, THE BLACK ANGELS: A NURSE'S STORY.
The research discussion is set for February 17, 2024 at the Virginia Museum of History and Culture in Richmond, Va., at 6:00PM EST.
Written by: FNBN Staff
L to R: Producer & Director, Denetra Hampton, Nurse Scientist, Dr. Dana Hines, Public Health Scholar, Jacquelyn Claude
A BLACK HISTORY MONTH FORUM
The scholars will discuss their documentary, THE BLACK ANGELS: A NURSE'S STORY, which hails out of Staten Island, New York and gives homage to the legendary nurses known as THE BLACK ANGELS. In addition, it introduces the audience to the life of black angel, Marjorie Tucker Reed. This is her only filmed interview.
There will be a candid conversation on the research conducted through (3) exhibits.
1. The Life of Marjorie Tucker Reed. Who is She?
2. The Nursing Science Behind The Story.
3. The African American Nursing Experience.
For more information, podcasts, interviews or panels, please reach out to Denetra Hampton at email@example.com.
A reception will follow. Register Now!