Segregation in US Nursing Homes; Six People Charged With Torture

By The News Sep 12, 2007

W Va. Families Torture Black Woman For Week Six people, all white, including a mother and son and a mother and daughter, were arrested in connection with the alleged abduction of the 20-year-old black woman. Elder Care Still Plagued With Racism A recent study,published in Health Affairs, sheds new light on the concept of segregation as it relates to nursing homes. Pastors Ease Immigrants’ Fears After Reservation Raids Ministers are trying to ease the fears of immigrants in their congregations who bought memberships in federally nonrecognized American Indian tribes in the hope that they would become U.S. citizens. NAACP Responds to Criticism in Wall Street Journal Julian Bond, chairman of the NAACP, argues that the organization has remained the same organization it has always been.