“The purpose of life is to live it, to taste experience to the utmost, to reach out eagerly and without fear for newer and richer experience.” ― Eleanor Roosevelt
The Black Angels: A Nurse's Story Tour kicked off at Duke University this past weekend and it was nothing short of the eclat that only Duke can bring. Dr. Brigit Carter, Director of Diversity and Inclusion, took the ball and threw it as far as she could. Myself and the cast were overjoyed by the reception and engagement shown toward the story of THE BLACK ANGELS.
Student engagement was high. The intellectual questions showed extreme interest in the history of African American nursing contributions.
The Black Angels: A Nurse's Story makes its mark in Duke history.
Producer and Writer, Denetra Hampton, listens in as the audience shares their thoughts on the film.
The African American Nursing Science Experience: (l to r) Dr. Dana Hines, Dr. Dorothy Powell, Denetra Hampton, and Dr. Brigit Carter
...We are just getting started.
The Nursing cast: (l to r) Jacquelyn Claude, RN, Denetra Hampton, Producer, Dr. Dana Hines, Nurse Scientist, and Hope Strachan, RN.