The Making of a Racist | Cure for Sepsis?

Posted by: victorb 3/30/2017 12:16 AM

The Making of a Racist | Cure for Sepsis?

Thursday, March 30, 2017

The Making of a Racist tells the story of historian Charles Dew's experience growing up in the South in the era of Jim Crow.  Dew joins us for a conversation today about racism in America and the pivotal moments that helped him outgrow the views instilled in him as a child. And later, a Norfolk doctor found a way to successfully treat sepsis. How will this impact the medical world? We'll also check in with famed storyteller and local film critic Mal Vincent. Join us at 440-2665 and connect with us on Facebook and Twitter.

Dr. Paul Marik - is a professor of medicine and Chief of Pulmonary and Critical Care Medicine at EVMS

Charles B. Dew - is the Ephraim Williams professor of American history at Williams College and an award-winning author

Mal Vincent - is a famed storyteller and local film critic. If you miss an episode of Mal on HearSay, you can catch up by listening to his podcast, "Mal's World"

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