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As we celebrate the American Physical Therapy Association’s centennial and recognize Black History Month against the backdrop of COVID-19 and the national outcry about anti-Black racism, we might also reflect on the role of the profession and the organization in the perpetuation and attenuation of social and health injustices.

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