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Author,
Speaker,
Physician





Instant New York Times Best-seller

LEGACY: A Black Physician Reckons with Racism in Medicine

The rousing, captivating story of a Black physician, her career in medicine, and the deep inequities that still exist in the U.S. healthcare system.



  • Legacy is an illuminating and stirring journey of a book. The illuminating: the devastating cycle of racism in our healthcare system. The stirring: the inimitable family and career of Dr. Uché Blackstock and her quest to dismantle medical racism.”

    —Ibram X. Kendi, #1 New York Times-bestselling author of How to Be an Antiracist


    ABOUT Dr. Uché Blackstock

    Dr. Uché Blackstock is an author, sought-after speaker on racism in medicine, and founder and CEO of Advancing Health Equity. Dr. Blackstock received both her undergraduate and medical degrees from Harvard University, making her and her twin sister, Oni, the first Black mother-daughter legacies from Harvard Medical School.



    ABOUT Dr. Uché Blackstock

    Dr. Uché Blackstock is an author, sought-after speaker on racism in medicine, and founder and CEO of Advancing Health Equity. Dr. Blackstock received both her undergraduate and medical degrees from Harvard University, making her and her twin sister, Oni, the first Black mother-daughter legacies from Harvard Medical School.