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A case of racism in the sky?

A tale of racism in the friendly skies has gone viral within the last few days. Dr. Tamika Cross, a Houston-based OBGYN, told her story via a Facebook post on Oct. 9; as of this writing it has now been shared more than 40,000 times, accumulated more than 15,000 comments, and “liked” more than 100,000 times. Her story has also been picked up by the Washington Post, the Dallas News and NBC.
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