Forensic Pathology with Dr. Joye Carter
In this episode we interview Dr. Joye Carter, the first Black chief medical examiner in U.S. history. Dr. Carter shares her wealth of knowledge about forensic pathology, revisits some of her past cases, and shares how she continues to address racial bias in the field.
Dr. Carter continues to mentor students, consult on cases, and works with the Physicians for Human Rights and the Innocence Project. You can follow Dr. Carter on Instagram. And check out her books: My Strength Comes from Within, I Speak for the Dead, and Let Me Give You a Peace of My Mind.
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