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Cancer and Suffering Can Obliterate Racism

Tony Hoagland, “The Cure for Racism Is Cancer,” The Sun Magazine (9-18); submitted by Kevin Miller, Wheaton, Illinois

Cancer and Suffering Can Obliterate Racism

The first time you park your car in the vast, cold cavern of the underground garage and step onto the [hospital] elevator, you may feel alien and forsaken. Perhaps you’ll feel that you have been singled out unfairly, plucked from your healthy life and cast into this cruel ...

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