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What you should say and how you should act depends on the context and who’re you’re with … but here are a few general ideas:
1. Smile – It’s welcoming, warm, and makes you seem more approachable.
2. Compliment people all the time. Most people feel awkward and ill at ease. So try and find…
"When it comes to kidney transplants, not all organs are equal, and the color of your skin may play a role in the quality of the kidney you receive, according to a new study published in the Clinical Journal of the American Society of Nephrology. Researchers from the University of Florida found that African-Americans and people with less education are almost twice as likely to receive an “extended criteria donor” (ECD) kidney – kidneys that do not meet the standard donor criteria and are more likely to fail – than Caucasians or those with a college degree."
Wow. Medicalized racism is alive and well.
well god damn
this is unbelievably scary for me because just this passing may did my mom have a kidney transplant thank the lord that it was through a donate cycle thing (my brother put in a kidney for another woman whose husband gave his kidney to my mom)
whiteness knows no bounds when it comes to evil
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