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Charmaine Fuller Cooper 

When Charmaine Fuller Cooper opens the files on her desk, the words she finds inside sear like a slap across the face. Promiscuous. Unattractive. Imbecile. She imagines how the people whose names are printed on these medical records would feel if they…

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So blessed to call Nation my friend.

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One of the many pieces of good work Erin does. Very well-deserved!

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Congratulations Marcia! You are so deserving! It takes a lot of courage and commitment to stay with the work you …

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