Posted February 25, 2023 12:00 pm by Comments

By TTAG Contributor

Reader Tyler Hilliker writes . . .
Dr. Ossian Sweet (1895-1960) was an African American physician and civil rights activist who played a pivotal role in the fight against housing discrimination in the United States.
Born in Bartow, Florida, Sweet grew up in a segregated society and experienced racial discrimination firsthand. Despite these challenges, he excelled academically and earned his medical degree from Howard University in 1921. He then completed postgraduate studies in Vienna, Austria before returning to the United States to practice medicine.
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