Health system struggles with racism, research shows

When Laurel Hanuse had a seizure in bed last year and banged her head, her boyfriend at the time called an ambulance. Foggy and injured, Hanuse needed help down three flights of stairs.

By the time the pair reached the bottom, the paramedics had already arrived.

One said loudly, “Oh great, another drunk native we have to pick up,” Hanuse recalled.

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