Dr. Mildred Jefferson #BlackHistoryMonth

In 1951, Dr. Mildred Jefferson (1926-2010) was the first black women to graduate from Harvard Medical School. As a physician with 28 honorary degrees, she dedicated her life to caring for the sick. She was passionate about exposing the evil of eugenics and the abortion industry that it birthed. Dr. Jefferson co-founded the National Right to Life and is credited with bringing Ronald Reagan into the Prolife movement.