The Bornstein Amphitheater at Brigham and Women’s Hospital has 31 gold framed portraits of medical luminaries that cover the wall. The issue is that all portraits are of men, 30 white, one Asian. On Thursday, it was announced that these photos will be dispersed throughout the hospital because the lack of diversity does not represent the residents. Should these portraits be dispersed around the hospital? Is there a difference in hanging the portraits together or separately?
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