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At the time, Sumner had 19, black residents, and Sheriff Strider, like the 11, white inhabitants, believed in white rule and set the tone for the proceedings. Still, passions ran high in the state whose white citizenry felt their way of life was threatened by outside influence, worst of all the U. Milam did willfully, unlawfully, feloniously, and of their malice aforethought did kill and murder Emmett Till, a human being, against the peace and dignity of the state of Mississippi.

Also www. According to James L. It was The twelve men women were not available for jury duty in Mississippi at the time on the panel were all white, of course. Everyone, white as well as black, knew Bryant and Milam were guilty as charged. But, as the jury foreman later confessed to the press, he voted for acquittal because the state failed to prove the identity of the body beyond a reasonable doubt. Breland had argued that Emmett Till was in hiding somewhere, and that the body in the Tallahatchie was an unknown person whose corpse was planted there by outside agitators.

The outcome of the trial was acquittal, as expected. No one, black or white ever entertained any hope the defendants would be declared guilty. The black people who testified in this hostile courtroom showed great courage.

For another, the prosecution never looked beyond the two half-brothers.

Who they were and what their role was are capital issues that are very unlikely to ever come to light. See the Other Resources section. Taylor wrote on its impact on her life. He then mentions his shock on realizing that violence and denial of justice were virtually forgotten half a century later, and concludes with his urge to write a historical novel to instruct the young.

This project led him to Greenwood, Mississippi, where he looked, listened, and delved into local newspaper archives. Putting pen to paper, he realized he had gathered information but had no story: his first attempts at writing did not take him beyond the first chapter, of which there exist ten versions.

He is at first satisfied with the good old life, nice abundant food and home harmony. Gramma lets me help in the garden. He has turned sixteen, but, still very much an unsuspecting grandchild, asks no questions about the council meetings Earl takes part in. However, he detests the way his former friend —bully— R. Rydell manhandles and humiliates Emmett.

He dares not intervene at the time but later involves himself in the tragic events when he reports to the police his suspicion R. A subpoenaed witness, he attends the trial. Firstly, the research the author has effected allows for accuracy. The story achieves a lot in this respect, without falling into didacticism. Secondly, the story appropriates the enigma history offers by fictionalizing the unknown other white men Willie Lee testified he saw on the plantation run by J.

There is no anger. Of course, R. Rydell is a rabid racist; but he is also brutal against the harmless Remington brothers. And there is Mr. Paul, up in the air on a tight rope. On the other hand, Sheriff Strider is pictured as an open racist, which he was. His answer to the press as to the hate mail he received is transcribed word for word in the novel. Armstrong is not a first-time visitor from Chicago either.

One can see the novel clearly opts for such stereotypes as the broken black family and the unworthy husband. Armstrong is impatient to go back north. Armstrong blusters around using a few French sentences his father has taught him from his war days in Europe and humiliates Jake, but never addresses the white woman, buys anything from her —or ever whistles at her.

Lily is not working in the pool hall. And they gotta let it out somewhere. Colored men. White men. They both crazy. There is no abduction, no torture, no body thrown in the river. The trial is presented summarily in seven pages and, once again, historical accuracy is not sought.

The novel sails through a dichotomous construction insisting on the local inequity: the jury is selected quickly, the prosecution is not eager to prosecute, and the judge is a known member of the Ku Klux Klan—out of family tradition. He knew nothing of his death.

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He had passed out, drunk over a whole weekend, and is taken to the church by hard-working cousins to whose store he had walked to in the hope of borrowing money to pay his rent. By the time Armstrong is laid to rest and injustice carried out, the novel has run one third of its length and will thereafter follow the protagonists, white and black, until the late s.

Lady Montberclair drives to the store in her white Cadillac and breaks an 17 unspoken local taboo by purchasing a box of tampons. Also in the store is Solon Gregg, the dregs of poor white society, who goes around with a. On discovering his wife has an affair with a known homosexual who plays the organ at church, the great man seeks Solon whom he finds in a hotel room on the verge of committing suicide.

A contract is proposed to punish Bobo: 1, dollars plus a getaway bus ticket. Solon haggles. Solon speeds madly on slippery byroads, stops on the way at a store where he boasts they are out to kill Bobo. Abduction ensues. Solon who is not any longer in the mood to kill Bobo mentions going on a fishing party together.

He talks to the captive who never answers him, then throws his wad of money out the window and his worthless. Bobo jumps out. Solon begins by feeling for him, so far away from home, alone in the rain and the dark, until Bobo shoots him in the face from the ditch.

Solon then gets a gin fan and dumps the body in the floodplain lake by the spillway.

Both Montberclair and Solon stand trial in a courtroom presided over by a federal judge 18 whose last name, Durwood Swinger, belies the coming acquittal: they will not hang. The accused are defended by an appointed lawyer from New Orleans. More must be said about the magical realism at work in Wolf Whistle.

Textual strategies—social metaphors 32Wolf Whistle is tightrope-walking literature, complex, exuberant, both burlesque and grievous —but never trivializes the tragedy. It goes back to the past, the Civil War long-lived red-headed buzzards bearing the names of politicians speak from their perches and the Southern experience in general. Subservient Solon is ready to accept being insulted as long as he hopes for pay, while the drunken rich man has his Luger in hand.

When Solon holds the gun, in the car, power changes hands and Montberclair is left on the roadside without Solon giving a thought to regret.

Smoky Viner, proud he once butted flat an outdoor privy. Alice Conroy, smitten with her former professor, Dr. Dust, and doing her best to bring modernity to the local school, taking her fourth graders with due permission from the principal, Mr. Archer on outings such as a boating trip on the smelly sewage treatment decantation pool, or attending the trial—the whole white class on the balcony where the blacks are, but seated in the front row.

We colored people are behind you! She saw a church bombed in Montgomery [sic], dead children, marchers in Selma, freedom riders in Jackson. She saw bombs flying over the miraculous desert, Baghdad burning, Emmett Till dead, Medgar Evers, dead, Martin King… geographies not yet known to her for, in the extremity of her pain and need, linear time disappeared and became meaningless, blood running alongside lost hope in the streets of many nations.

WW, 35Magic realism also appears at moments of extreme tension. Kill a boy for that. For t We just kidding around. As far as race relations in the s go, the novel insistently tries to state the motives leading Floyd Cox to murder. Floyd is presented in a rather ponderous manner as a macho husband though a poor lover who kills out of cowardice, to conform to the ideal that his contemptuous father and brother think he can never attain. And Lily, his sexually unsatisfied wife, persuades herself Floyd did the right thing, by killing to protect her.

Not that she is happy with the local racial situation: she would like to make friends with Ida, a young black unwed mother who, like her, dreams of leaving the Delta for a better place to live. Only local habitus keeps the young women apart. Ida knows the gap cannot be bridged in Floyd meets his nemesis; black customers boycott his pool hall and his marriage deteriorates as Lily is increasingly estranged from his loveless domineering ways.

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Wydell leaves the bottle aside to run a successful business with Delotha. He becomes a family man, the good father of two daughters until a son, W. She also rejects Wydell as a husband, which rather unconvincingly drives him back to his former haunts while W. Wydell takes W. The cotton fields have given way to catfish farms, but exploitation of the poor goes on in the Delta.

Well, I would love to do this more. Patrolling officers seemed to have encountered more Spanish-speaking patients and visitors than their law enforcement colleagues. The point of access where this exposure was more apparent was the emergency room ER which is consistent with other studies. Coincidentally, language barriers have been often identified as a major obstacle when addressing public safety issues and a barrier for LEP Hispanic or Latino populations to access healthcare.

Besides learning Spanish, an officer expressed the course made her aware some Hispanics or Latinos may experience difficulties communicating with law enforcement personnel due to a lack of perceived differences between police and military force in their countries of origin.

Some participants linked the linguistic aspect of the course to personal and professional safety. The course increased their cultural awareness and their desire to learn more about other cultures. This initiative is key in order to have a better understanding of the patient as a whole and create patient and family-centered care to promote quality care and patient safety.

He said the woman reacted in a defensive manner and cursed him back in Spanish. Motivated by the course, he had taken the initiative to expand his vocabulary and picked up some of the words the visitor was saying.

Aware of the situation, he smiled and told her, in Spanish, to be careful because she never knew who could understand what she was saying.

Taken by surprise the driver smiled back and moved her car. This helps build confianza trust 47 which helps build positive relationships with the community. Some studies have shown that cultural training has proven beneficial among healthcare students52 and that cross-cultural education can contribute to minimize health disparities.

Assessment of the need for language and cultural training by other departments within the same academic medical center is an important follow-up to this study. As the diversity of our population increases, interactions among first responders, such as the campus police at an urban academic medical center, must address culturally appropriate language and customs.

Structured cultural and linguistic training within an academic health center can contribute to a safe, secure environment, a more competent, responsive workforce, and enhanced services to limited English proficient LEP patients. Other disclosures: None. Disclaimers: None. References 1. April 4, Accessed January 18, Passel J, Taylor P. Pew Hispanic Center.

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Geraci, MD [Dr. Geraci, a cardiologist and Vice Chair of Medicine have combined forces to help answer a puzzle: what do abnormal cardiac troponins mean in patients with chronic obstructive pulmonary disease? The results of their systematic review may come as a surprise. Cardiac troponins are specific and sensitive biomarkers used for diagnosis and prognosis in myocardial infarction.

Troponin elevations can also occur in other disorders and may be useful to predict mortality. This systematic review is intended to determine whether or not elevated troponins are predictive of mortality in-hospital, short term, and longer term among patients admitted with COPD exacerbation. Only studies of significant size that presented original data were included. Nine research reports 4 prospective, 5 retrospective qualified for review. Mortality was consistently increased in seven of these studies among COPD patients who had elevated troponin levels during an exacerbation.

One retrospective study found no effect on in-hospital mortality but reported increased morbidity greater oxygen requirements and more ventilatory failure and increased length of hospital stay in patients with elevated troponin whereas discharge troponin T in one prospective study predicted hospitalizations.

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The review shows a strong direct association between cardiac troponin and mortality in patients hospitalized for COPD exacerbations. Chaudary and Dr. NChaudary umc. Key terms: troponin, chronic obstructive pulmonary disease, COPD exacerbation, prognosis, review Introduction Cardiac troponin Tn I and T TnI, TnT are specific markers for cardiac injury and strong predictors of outcome in patients with acute coronary syndromes.

Troponin elevations can also be seen in a variety of non-coronary conditions such as sepsis syndrome,1 amyloidosis,2 intracranial hemorrhage,3 hemodialysis-treated chronic kidney disease,4 fragility hip fracture,5 and diabetic ketoacidosis,6 where they appear to portend a poor prognosis in the absence of evidence of coronary-mediated ischemia.

While Tn elevations have also been reported in patients with chronic obstructive pulmonary disease COPD exacerbations,7 no review thus far has systematically summarized these findings.

Search limits included English Language articles and cardiac markers other than troponin e. Articles identified by these criteria were screened by title and abstract for relevance to mortality in COPD exacerbation. Reports of single cases, opinion papers, review articles, and studies employing troponin as end point rather than a predicting variable were excluded.

Nine published reports, therefore, qualified for review, including 4 prospective and 5 retrospective studies. In total, patients were reported in aggregate in these 9 papers.

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Hoiseth8 prospectively analyzed 99 patients hospitalized with COPD exacerbations between January and Decem- ber There were blood samples studied for troponin after including of readmissions from the index group. The lower limit of detection of TnT was 3. They were followed until death or study termination.

During a median follow-up time of 1. Baillard10 prospectively evaluated the incidence and prognostic value of admission TnI levels in 71 patients admitted to the intensive care unit for severe COPD exacerbations. A retrospective study by Fruchter11 assessed the predictive value of Tn levels on long-term survival in patients following acute exacerbations of COPD. The maximum observation time was 6 years.

Age, ischemic heart disease and total troponin concentrations were also found to be significant independent predictors of mortality, while pCO2 on admission was only marginally predictive.

The retrospective study by Harvey12 determined the frequency of serum Tn elevation in patients admitted to the hospital with a primary diagnosis of COPD exacerbation. There were no significant differences in in-hospital mortality between the raised and normal troponin groups. Patients with Tn elevations tended to be older Summary of Included Studies. Crude mortality rate Chang14 prospec The primary outcome was inhospital mortality.

The study found an in-hospital mortality of 4. Mortality in patients with elevated troponin was Factors independently associated with mortality were troponin elevation [odds ratio OR 8. Discussion In this systematic review, seven observational studies8,9,10,11,13,14,16 identified an increased mortality in patients who had a Tn elevation within hours of admission for a COPD exacerbation, and five9,10,11,14,16 suggested elevated Tn independently predicted mortality in this setting.

All reviewed reports reasonably excluded acute coronary syndrome cases from their analyses. Depending upon design, these studies showed associations between Tn elevation and both short-term10,14,16 and long-term8,9,11,13 mortality.

Troponin elevations in patients with acute COPD exacerbation have generally been attributed to one of several potential mechanisms, including elevated pulmonary arterial pressure,8 associated heart failure17 and hypoxia with tachycardia. Patients with elevated troponin early in their hospital courses could serve as a high-risk subpopulation for interventional studies aimed at reducing mortality: differing treatment approaches for their lung disease, cardioprotective measures, or some other e.

Highest risk cohorts, with the most adverse events to potentially reduce by an active treatment, are typically those used in first-line trials. Troponin-positive patients with acute COPD exacerbation may fill this important investigational role. Limitations of this review include the inherent selection bias of retrospective studies, the small sample sizes in the prospective studies, and potential confounding variables i.

Most of studies are single center, in- troducing possible recruitment bias. Despite these limitations, 7 of 9 papers found a statistically significant higher mortality among patients with exacerbated COPD who manifested elevated serum Tn concentrations early in their hospital courses. Conclusion This review supports the observation that, among patients hospitalized for COPD exacerbations, troponin T or I elevation independently associates with in-hospital, short-term and long-term mortality.

Large, multicenter prospective observational studies, with more thorough data collection particularly related to the presence or absence of underlying heart disease are needed to substantiate these findings.

Identifying high-risk patients could set the stage for future interventional trials aimed at reducing mortality in COPD exacerbation. Acknowledgements Dr. Chaudary served as the guarantor of the paper and takes responsibility for the integrity of the work as a whole from inception to published article.

He contributed to the concept and design of study, analysis and interpretation of the included studies, and provision of final approval of the version to be published. Geraci contributed to concept and design of the paper, interpretation of the included studies, critical revision of the article, and provision of final approval of the version to be published.

The authors also acknowledge and thank Dr. Richard deShazo for his review and suggestions on the paper. Cardiac troponin I predicts myocardial dysfunction and adverse outcome in septic shock.Taken by surprise the driver smiled back and moved her car. Receiving text messages from your answering service Many physicians believe a text message from a third party, like an answering service, shifts the responsibility for a violation of HIPAA — this is simply not true.

Rachel Williamson recruiter meamedicalclinics. Contact me at lukelampton cableone. Department of Justice. Yin RK. Participants expressed the desire to invest more time on practicing or learning Spanish, but their job and family duties took priority, limiting the time they could spend learning the new language.

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