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  • 1. The Biography of Charles Drew By: Audra Cook
  • 2. Born: June 3rd 1904Place of Birth:Washington DCFamily Members: Father-Richard,Mother-Nora , Sisters-Abigail andSusanna, Brother-Richard
  • 3. • Life was hard, Family didn’t have a lot of money/poor• Hobbies: Swimming , Basketball , Football
  • 4. • Elementary School : Armstrong Elementary• High School : Dunbar High School• College: Amherst University
  • 5. • biology instructor and a coach atMorgan collegeFamous for saving lives by improving blood transfusion methods
  • 6. •lost his job by protesting against the practice of racial segregation
  • 7. • Had 4 children• Charles Richard Jr., Babe Roberta, Charlene Rosella , Rhea Sylvia
  • 8. • Died in a car Accident• 2 other people in the car• car flipped 3 times• other people only got minor injuries• Drew lost too much blood and died• Wasn’t given care because he was black
  • 9. •Died April 1st at 8:00 AM
  • 10. • denied care• ironically , a blood transfusion at a near by hospital was denied because of his race and bled to death
  • 11. • Married Minnie Lenore Robbins in 1939• Daughter Charlene Jarvis Drew was the president of Southeastern University From 1996 to 2009

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