This study documents how and why this important change in pub reveals the history of the individuals who worked to make psychiatry more available to harlems black community in the early civil rights era. Psychiatry and racial liberalism in harlem 1936 1968 rochester studies in medical history dennis a doyle on amazoncom free shipping on qualifying offers toward the middle of the twentieth century african americans in new york city began to receive increased access to mental health care in some facilities within the citys mental . Psychiatry and racial liberalism in harlem 1936 1968 not only contributes to the growing body of historiography on race and medical institutions in the civil rights era but more importantly shows how inveterate racial prejudices within public policy can be overcome dennis a doyle is assistant professor of history at the saint louis college of pharmacy. Stanford libraries official online search tool for books media journals databases government documents and more. Psychiatry and racial liberalism in harlem 1936 1968 g abriel n m endes under the strain of color harlems lafargue clinic and the promise of an antiracist psychiatry dennis a
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