Educated blacks may be remembered as "whiter," a new study suggests.
A Michigan hospital, the Hurley Medical Center, has settled a lawsuit that accused it of agreeing to a swastika-tattooed man's request that no black nurses care for his newborn baby.
A veteran nurse at the Hurley medical Center in Flint, Michigan is suing the hospital for reassigning her to another case due to her skin color. Tonya Battle, 49, was sidelined after a Caucasian man asked that no African American nurses can tend to his newborn child. The request was initially granted by the hospital's managers,who have since revoked their decision after the lawsuit.