REPORT: Critical race theory being pushed at most top US medical schools

A recent study by a website that monitors critical race theory in higher education has found that most of the top US medical schools are pushing some form of critical race theory on students.

Nearly half of the top 100 schools are pushing the racist books by Robin DiAngelo or Ibram Kendi in the name of inclusion.

Here’s more via Fox News:

The next generation of America’s top doctors could be more concerned about a patient’s race than previous generations., which monitors critical race theory (CRT) curricula and training in higher education, has expanded its Medical School Database and found that 58 of the nation’s top 100 medical schools have some form of mandatory student training or coursework related to the polarizing idea that racism is systemic in America’s institutions.

“Medical School education is in crisis, with ‘social justice’ and race-focused activism being imposed on students, faculty, and staff,” William Jacobson told Fox News Digital.

Jacobson, Clinical Professor of Law at Cornell Law School and founder of the Legal Insurrection website, founded’s sprawling database that has also examined elite K-12 private schools, 500 of America’s top undergraduate programs and military service academies.

Earlier this year, the group uncovered that 23 of the 25 most prestigious medical colleges and universities have some form of mandatory CRT-related student training or coursework. expanded the study and found that 46 of the top 100 medical schools have offered materials by authors Robin DiAngelo or Ibram Kendi, whose books explicitly call for discrimination, according to Jacobson.

“Approaching the doctor-patient relationship through a Critical Race lens is being implemented under the umbrella of ‘Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion’ and other euphemisms, such as Ibram Kendi’s ‘anti-racism’ approach. ‘White privilege’ and similar concepts, pushed by Robin DeAngelo and others, are being infused into the medical school culture,” he said.

The schools examined were based on the rankings by U.S. News’ rankings of America’s top medical schools. The study also found that 38 of the top 100 medical schools have some sort of mandatory CRT-related training for faculty and staff.

For students, 14 schools were found to have department-specific mandatory training, 31 were found to have school-wide mandatory training and 41 have school-wide mandatory curricula. When it comes to faculty and staff, 18 schools have department-specific mandatory training, 30 have school-wide mandatory training and five have hiring committee-specific training.

You put this racist mentality in a socialized medicine framework where the government is in charge of healthcare and suddenly you’ve got yourself a recipe for discrimination based on race when it comes to resources that might save someone’s life.

It’s already true that a big discriminating factor in socialized medicine is age, because it doesn’t make sense for the government to pay for a pace-maker in someone who might not live that long. They’ve got to save money and resources for the young who would use it longer. You know, just send grandma home with a pill like Obama said some years ago.

Now throw CRT into the mix and you’ve got another level of discrimination that may keep some patients from accessing the healthcare they need because they aren’t the right ‘color’, all in the name of cost and inclusion.

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