Minority Health Disparities | Michelle's Story

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  1. My wife work at Jackson memorial Hospital in Miami , as a minority Brazilian Nurse for 17 years of service in the Transplant Department , this Hospital night shift and day shift is run by Black /Jamaican supervisor Thugs , my wife has a Master degree and spoke three language , they hated her with abuse and threat in the locker room and too Beat her up in the parking lots , because , she would tell the upper management her case and it became worst for her , these lazy fat nurse would come in at night to sleep in a room and the late Supervisor cover for them ,that mean somebody need to pick up the slack 'wife  run like a dog to get those room ready , these Hosp[ital are run by ''CLICK , and these woman can be very evil in there ways , so you can talk about racist when you are part of the problem .

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