In Saturday’s edition of The Chronicle, in a story titled ‘White Coats for Black Lives’, the final quote from Assistant Nurse Manager Jennifer Martin read “I think people need to be aware that we, as a county, believe in equality,” Martin said. “I hope very much that change occurs within each of us and that we can stand together and move forward in a way that helps people feel safer in the world that we live in.” 

It should have read, “I think people need to be aware that we, as a country, believe in equality,” Martin said. “I hope very much that change occurs within each of us and that we can stand together and move forward in a way that helps people feel safer in the world that we live in.”

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