You’re the doctor?! Not a nurse?!!

Nima Scott, Madison, WI. I’m a Black, dreadlocked woman who works in a psychiatric facility. My first week on my unit a Black patient incredulously yelled that he had NEVER seen a Black doctor in the hospital in all of the years that he lived there. Apparently, neither had my peers whose sole framework for […]

Under society’s surface, outer skin matters.

Tracee H. Norfolk, VA It’s amazing how similar everyone is, while somehow they just can’t see eye-to-eye. As a white teacher I get called racist often, while my blood boils in rage every time whites view/treat blacks as inferior or as the government’s unfairly “privileged ones.”