The W.D. Palmer Foundation Blog
College students’ perspectives on race in the United States
At Penn Medicine’s Medical Grand Rounds on Wednesday, 9/16, Dr. Walt Palmer was invited to speak for an hour. He gave us the story of his childhood and the world he grew up in: his love, his losses, the lessons he learned; the most prevalent one being that racism existed and would not cease toContinue reading “Penn Medicine Healthcare Workers Call for National Dialogue on Race/Racism”
Living in the United States is to live in a country with racism. Past, present, future, it will likely always exist, but the work we’re doing now will affect how big of a part of the future it will be. Personally, I still have a lot to learn (I’m working on it!) and while IContinue reading “The W.D. Palmer Foundation Blog Introduction”
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