Quick story I got in the email. African American pharmacists at Walgreens have launched a class action lawsuit against that corporation for racial discrimination. I've blogged elsewhere about Black Americans and health care. It is among the deadliest impacts of racism in the US, though it is not usually understood that way. It is also one of the easiest to fix - universal health care would do nicely. Of course, it is harder to campaign for such a thing when the notion of 'undeserving poor' is so deeply ingrained into the culture, and when 'undeserving poor' is actually code for 'Black', and relies on racism, that makes it still harder. This lawsuit shows some of the connections as well: corporate power, the health care industry, and racism, all coming together.