Jamal Millner

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  • Role: Producer Group Staff

Recent Pieces from Jamal Millner

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HBCU Renaissance (half) (29:00)
From: With Good Reason

HBCUs rose from the ashes of slavery and have been educating Black students for generations.
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HBCU Renaissance (hour/no bb or bed) (52:00)
From: With Good Reason

HBCUs rose from the ashes of slavery and have been educating Black students for generations.
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HBCU Renaissance (hour) (53:59)
From: With Good Reason

HBCUs rose from the ashes of slavery and have been educating Black students for generations.
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HBCU Renaissance (promo) (:30)
From: With Good Reason

HBCUs rose from the ashes of slavery and have been educating Black students for generations.
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Drugging France (half) (29:00)
From: With Good Reason

In the 19th century, French doctors were finally on the cusp of treating pain. It was a new horizon in the history of medicine.
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Drugging France (hour/no bb or bed) (52:00)
From: With Good Reason

In the 19th century, French doctors were finally on the cusp of treating pain. It was a new horizon in the history of medicine.
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Drugging France (hour) (53:59)
From: With Good Reason

In the 19th century, French doctors were finally on the cusp of treating pain. It was a new horizon in the history of medicine.
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Drugging France (promo) (:30)
From: With Good Reason

In the 19th century, French doctors were finally on the cusp of treating pain. It was a new horizon in the history of medicine. Sara Black says they were experimenting with ...
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Taking Care of Moms (half) (29:00)
From: With Good Reason

Before the covid-19 pandemic, there were clearly cracks in the healthcare system for maternity and postpartum care. But during the pandemic, those cracks became much more visible.
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Taking Care of Moms (hour/no bb or bed) (52:00)
From: With Good Reason

Before the covid-19 pandemic, there were clearly cracks in the healthcare system for maternity and postpartum care. But during the pandemic, those cracks became much more visible.