– Rev. Dr. Otis Moss Jr.
“It would prove to be a long road, from my roots in segregated Arkansas to inner-city Cleveland, …”
The seed to become a physician was planted within him before age ten when he first saw a Black doctor standing in his family’s doorway in rural Arkansas to see his ailing mother. Until then, Edgar B. Jackson Jr. did not know Black doctors existed.
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