When I was 15, I was on my way home from my part-time job on the train when a man approached me and asked if I wanted to go to his apartment. No conversation. No hesitation. He just sat right next to me in my Warner Bros denim jacket with my school backpack and propositioned [...]
If Black people are going to survive modern healthcare we’re going to have to rescind some of the deference we afford practitioners and treat our medical care like what it is – a fight for our lives.