by Agueda Pacheco Flores
When Nathan Yemane’s father passed away two years ago, his father’s hospice experience wasn’t good enough. “Clinically it was competent, but culturally it was not,” he said.
“They looked at his last name and didn’t think the family spoke good English,” said Yemane over a Zoom call. “I just want to point out there’s definitely cultural incompetence that occurred.”Continue reading Washington’s First Black-Owned Hospice Agency Waits for State Approval