Chapters 3 and 4- Raeanna Randolph

The main points of these chapters were to highlight the cultural differences regarding medical care between the Hmong people and their American doctors. Specifically, the chapters highlight the large language barriers faced by Lia’s family (and other Hmong families) and their physicians, as well as the differences in feelings regarding seizures and other diseases. IContinue reading Chapters 3 and 4- Raeanna Randolph

Much More Underneath the Surface…And It’s Dangerous

In the film “White Like Me”, a white activist and writer Tim Wise examines white privilege in American society and his perception of racism as a result of his experiences with his family and community. Wise addresses several topics in this sphere, such as the controversy associated with affirmative action, mass incarceration of African Americans,Continue reading Much More Underneath the Surface…And It’s Dangerous