Monthly Archives: May 2014

REMEMBERING MAYA ANGELOU: One of the greatest poet, writer, novelist, activist and educator

The story of an extraordinary woman How a woman with very humble beginnings and no college education became world renowned professor of literature/American studies, ended up having more than 50 honorary degrees and earned the highest civilian honor/award-the Presidential Medal … Continue reading

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Fighting for the life of a child in Africa

Narrrated by Dr Lemma (based on a true story) As usual I was responsible for the whole emergency room, adults and children although I was just an intern! That was the expectation. It was business as usual until a child … Continue reading

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The Bone Setter

By Surafel K Gebreselassie It wasn’t a surprise to see trauma cases every week. They varied from car accidents to simple falls. They were of all ages. The surgical outpatient clinic had just enough things to manage simple fractures and … Continue reading

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