“Medical Mamba” brings Quake Relief to Malnourished Children in Haiti, Putting Perceptions of Racism on Exhibition, and More, April 2010

Impact takes on a international flair as we head to Haiti with a local group that has been volunteering their time and efforts to save the children of this Caribbean island. Here at home a new effort is underway to reach out to the area’s Hispanic population who may not know they have a place to turn when it comes to taking care of their health. We also tackle a tough question about race and why it impacts how we see those who are different than ourselves. This and much more on this edition of Impact.

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“Medical Mamba” brings Quake Relief to Malnourished Children in Haiti, Putting Perceptions of Racism on Exhibition, and More, April 2010

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