Have you ever stopped to think about how different the Black experience would be if we had a seat at the table of all industries and career paths? How do you think the high Black unemployment rate and lack of presence in a decision-making capacity in most industries affects us? On this episode of The Axiom Amnesia Theory, Heit & Cheri are joined by Dr. Dullah to discuss what it’s like to be a young, Black physician, and how the lack of Black physicians affects Black healthcare, and more!

Topics include January 2015 unemployment rates for Blacks versus other groups, traditional versus entrepreneurial career tracks for Blacks, how it affects Blacks when they don’t have access to Black physicians, Blacks in technology, Heit on his career as a web developer/software engineer, lack of presence of Blacks in many professional capacities, the social and economic repercussions of not having Blacks present in various industries, and more!

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