The Hardest Thing About Being a Black Medical Student is…

by winnell

On April 17-21, 2019, over 20 members (including myself) of the Student National Medical Association are planning to attend The Annual Medical Education conference in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. During this conference, we will be trained and exposed to various physician mentors and enrichment opportunities necessary for our advancement as future doctors. ⁣

We need solution oriented people like you to help us in our journey.⁣

We hope you’ll consider making a donation of $10, $25, $50 or more. Even if your contribution is a smaller amount, sharing this on Facebook, Instagram and Twitter would be greatly appreciated. ⁣

By making this tax-deductible donation, we can successfully continue our education and training to enter the field of medicine.⁣

Your small contribution will have a big impact on our lives and our future in the medical industry. ⁣

Representation Matters.

Black Medical Students Matter.

Black Doctors Matter.

Thank you for your Support of the Future of Medicine!

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