Government-Funded Abuse of Black Men: The Tuskegee Experiment in Photos

Photograph of participants in the Tuskegee Experiment, which began in 1932 and ended with national exposure in 1972. (Photo: National Archives Catalog)
Photograph of participants in the Tuskegee Experiment, which began in 1932 and ended with national exposure in 1972. (Photo: National Archives Catalog)

The Tuskegee experiment was a deadly ruse launched in the name of science by White medical professionals targeting the bodies of Black men for four decades.

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