Dr. Daniel Hale Williams graduated from the Chicago Medical School in 1883, and was one of only four doctors african descent in Chicago. Dr. Williams founded the first African American hospital as well as the first nursing course for Blacks. He was the first cardiology surgeon to perform a successful heart surgery with the chest open with a positive result and after the patient recovered, he lived for another 20 years.
"Listen to Jesus' messages and not ask for miracles that have no meaning...because your **lives** are miracles. A true miracle is a child in the womb; a mother's love is a miracle; a forgiving heart is a miracle. Your lives are filled with miracles, but you are too distracted by material things to see them." - Segatashya, quoted from "The Boy Who Met Jesus"