Don’t count on strangers in medical emergencies, especially if you’re African-American

Media note: to download the paper, please follow this link. ITHACA, N.Y. – So long, good Samaritans. In the first study of its kind, Cornell sociologists have found that people who have a medical emergency in a public place can’t necessarily rely on the kindness of strangers. Only 2.5 percent of people, or 1 in […]