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Speaking Up Against Racism as a Millennial

June 14, 2020 Dr. Jason 'Tik Tok Doc' Campbell Season 1 Episode 15
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Speaking Up Against Racism as a Millennial
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Speaking Up Against Racism as a Millennial
Jun 14, 2020 Season 1 Episode 15
Dr. Jason 'Tik Tok Doc' Campbell

On this episode of Millennial Health, we are joined by Dr. Jason Campbell, a resident physician in the Department of Anesthesiology and Perioperative Medicine at Oregon Health and Science University. He graduated from Ohio State University College of Medicine and was a Division III All-American track and field athlete at Emory University.

He has quickly grown a large following through dance videos on TikTok, and he is working to change the narrative of Black Men in Medicine. In response to the death of George Floyd and protests nationwide, he has been very vocal, speaking out against racism on his various social media platforms and publishing Op-Eds, most recently, Growing up a Black man in America: Why our souls are on fire in the Seattle Times.

In this episode, we talk about speaking up as millennial, mental health in the black community and of course we talk about the TikTok routines.

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Show Notes

On this episode of Millennial Health, we are joined by Dr. Jason Campbell, a resident physician in the Department of Anesthesiology and Perioperative Medicine at Oregon Health and Science University. He graduated from Ohio State University College of Medicine and was a Division III All-American track and field athlete at Emory University.

He has quickly grown a large following through dance videos on TikTok, and he is working to change the narrative of Black Men in Medicine. In response to the death of George Floyd and protests nationwide, he has been very vocal, speaking out against racism on his various social media platforms and publishing Op-Eds, most recently, Growing up a Black man in America: Why our souls are on fire in the Seattle Times.

In this episode, we talk about speaking up as millennial, mental health in the black community and of course we talk about the TikTok routines.

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Thank you for listening to the Millennial Health Podcast.
Please subscribe to the podcast, share with your friends and leave a review on Apple Podcasts.
If you have questions or comments feel free to reach out on Instagram and Twitter  @DrJaySheree