Dr. Joye Carter: The Nation’s First Black Chief Medical Examiner takes on Death in Custody

On today’s episode we have a wide-ranging conversation with┬áDr. Joye Carter, the nation’s first Black board-certified chief medical examiner, about her long career as a forensic pathologist. We ask her about her efforts to expose deaths in custody that would otherwise have been covered up. We discuss the importance of mentorship, diversity in death investigations, and eliminating racism from the medical field.

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