The head of Michigan's chapter of the National Action Network will be in Flint Tuesday in response to controversy surrounding Hurley Medical Center.
It is in response to a story that TV5 broke last week.
A nurse has filed a lawsuit, claiming the hospital refused to let her treat a patient because the nurse is African-American.
Rev. Charles Williams will be holding a press conference to demand answers about the incident.
The nurse claims the patient's father did not want an African-American nurse treating his child.
Hurley is not commenting.
Williams says questions need to be answered. He says Hurley was a publicly-funded hospital, and this type of discrimination should not be tolerated.
That press conference is set to begin at 11 a.m. Tuesday morning near the emergency room entrance.
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