For more than two centuries, the human tragedy in Haiti has been unfolding many times over right on front of everyone's eyes. As such, Haiti has become a metaphor: when you have nothing to offer, the world, despite seeing you, may never know you.
Caring for the elders is one of the most venerated duties in the Ethiopian culture. And palliative care helps Ethiopian American families provide appropriate treatments and dignity to their ill loved ones.
Chang’s back with an autobiographical novel titled "Triplines," a coming-of-age story centered on 11-year-old Lenny who has to deal with with a dysfunctional Korean immigrant family, an abusive, alcoholic father at home and racist bullying at school.