An officer trained in crisis intervention defused the columnist's fear and helped her angry neighbor get the help he needed.
State senators had an important chance to reduce Nebraska's lengthy waiting list, but they shamefully neglected their duty, a Pulse writer says.
It is my view as a Black nurse that the profession has not sufficiently addressed its institutionalized racism.
Spring is here! In reverence, appreciation, wisdom and wonder, it’s time to throw off the shackles of snowflakes and peer into a burgeoning, b…
Dr. King believed that an all-inclusive spirit of brotherhood and sisterhood marked by the peaceful reconciliation of conflict and a commitment to love and trust would triumph over hatred.
While we sit on the precipice of the most polarizing electoral period in modern times, this Black nurse leader is searching for the middle way…
"After the Omaha race riots of 1969, a bleak landscape and limited opportunity took my brilliant single mother of five young children to San Diego."