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Breaking History Podcast: Episode 21, Indonesia - Living Through Dictatorship and Resistance, Part 3 of 3. An Interview with Kemal Taruc

Here is the third and final episode of our oral history with Kemal Taruc on living through dictatorship in Indonesia. I hope you've enjoyed the series and can use it in your classes or even for your research.

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Medical Workforce Diversity and the Professional Entry Tax: Bogdan-Lovis and Kelly-Blake - Ep 6


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This episode features Libby Bogdan-Lovis, Assistant Director of the Center for Ethics and Humanities in the Life Sciences, and Dr. Karen Kelly-Blake, Assistant Professor in the Center for Ethics and the Department of Medicine at the Michigan State University College of Human Medicine. As leaders of a multi-institutional research team, they were interested in examining strategies and associated rationales for expanding underrepresented minority presence in U.S. undergraduate medical education.


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