Lead 3 - Jeff Mabry Lead 1502 Dr. Kristen Roney Miss Evers...

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Jeff Mabry Lead 1502 Dr. Kristen Roney Miss Evers’ Boys Ethics play a leading role in every decision made involving one’s self and others. Defining good and bad ethics is quite complicated as they are personal and cultural opinions. However there are general accepted beliefs on what are good and bad ethics which help guide nations, businesses, and individuals in decision making. Within the film “Miss Evers’ Boys” a struggle between good and bad ethics is portrayed in a syphilis clinic in Tuskegee, Alabama. Miss Evers’ is a nurse who cares for the patients within the clinic and also socializes with them outside the facility. This gives her insight on the effects of syphilis on their lives and a greater personal responsibility for their wellbeing. This task becomes extremely difficult for Miss Evers’ once the clinic loses its funding and is no longer treating its patients but only observing them to study the effects of syphilis on African Americans. The Tuskegee Experiment involved 400 African Americans with syphilis to be studied
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