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Romilda Justilien HSC 3102, Section 4279 Module 3: Health Disparities July 9, 2010 Although many do not view the white community as a minority; throughout my life they have been the missing population numerically. I decided to interview a white student who identified with the Greek community. I remembered at a diversity retreat, a white woman exclaimed that as a white individual she felt as if she did not possess any culture because she was not connected to a common struggle or had a special history that usually unites most minorities and create a premise for a common bond. So I thought how do whites find a community or is it more difficult for them because their external factors such as their race or ethnicity may not be the premise of connection as I feel it is for Black, Latino, Asian, Middle Eastern, and other students who are able to readily join cultural organizations and events that provide a more accessible network or community. I grew up in a predominantly African American and Haitian
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