After all of the terrifying and tragic events that occurred in Charlottesville the conversation about race and white supremacy has been fore fronting the media with voices coming loud and strong from opposing opinions. For some people this is a wake up call that, a form of proof that these types of issues have never truly disappeared and that we all need to take action and start speaking up.
Others have been quietly dealing with racially issues for their entire lives though, including Asian-American Doctor Esther Choo. As a doctor you actually have to take an oath that you agree to help people of all backgrounds and life choices, and this includes white supremacists. Choo, who works in Oregon, has recently taken to Twitter to share her experiences as an Asian-American Doctor facing racial profiling as well as white supremacists refusing to take her care.
This is not the type of issue that everyone has to deal with, and it can be a lot to grasp. Choo has perfectly outlined her take on these types of issues as well as how she deals with this on what very well could be a daily basis.
Keep on reading to see Choo’s politically correct and truthful Tweets about how she handles white supremacists and refusal of her care in the work place.
Esther Choo is an emergency physician and is also an associate professor at the Oregon Health and Science University.
Following the ‘Unite the Right’ rally in Virginia, Choo has taken to Twitter to express her experiences with racism and white nationalists in the work place.
Choo has had to deal with white supremacists who have at times out right refused her care. Although she probably was more effected by such when she first started her career, she now takes the high road.
It’s completely understandable that Choo would have been hurt by such treatment in the past but now she deals with these issues in as calm and a professional manner as she can.
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