Fifty years after the civil rights leader was killed, some public health leaders in Atlanta wonder whether the city is failing to live up... Atlanta struggles to fulfill MLK’s legacy in health care

Fifty years after the civil rights leader was killed, some public health leaders in Atlanta wonder whether the city is failing to live up to King’s call for justice in health care. They point to substantial disparities, particularly in preventive care.

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