Jeremy Johnson, a second year student at the UC Davis School of Medicine, gives an address to fellow students about racial inequities in health care. He organized a white coat “die-in” Wednesday in conjunction with other protests around the country.
Jeremy Johnson, a second year student at the UC Davis School of Medicine, gives an address to fellow students about racial inequities in health care. He organized a white coat “die-in” Wednesday in conjunction with other protests around the country. Sammy Caiola scaiola@sacbee.com
Jeremy Johnson, a second year student at the UC Davis School of Medicine, gives an address to fellow students about racial inequities in health care. He organized a white coat “die-in” Wednesday in conjunction with other protests around the country. Sammy Caiola scaiola@sacbee.com
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UC Davis medical students protest racial injustice with ‘die-in’

December 10, 2014 03:31 PM

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