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“The racialization of medical education and medicine constitutes a national emergency”

“The racialization of medical education and medicine constitutes a national emergency” rolls out its Medical School database: “The ideological capture of over two-thirds of medical schools demonstrates that CRT/DEI has become a part of the fabric of medical education. We are training future doctors to look at patients through a racial lens, with potentially frightening consequences for society.”, a project of the Legal Insurrection Foundation, has unique and unparalleled interactive maps and databases demonstrating how Critical Race Theory and its progeny, such as Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion (DEI) and Ibram Kendi’s misnamed “anti-racism,” have deeply penetrated every corner of academia. The racialization of education is all but complete.

We now cover over 700 institutions covering Higher Education, Elite K-12, Military Service Academies, and Veterinary Schools.

Perhaps our flagship database covers Medical Schools. Our prior rollouts of the top 25, and top 100 ranked medical schools generated enormous attention.

We have now completed research into all 155 accredited U.S. medical schools. Fox News covered the release, Critical race theory-related ideas found in programs at 108 of 155 top American medical schools:

The “racialization of medical education” has created a “national emergency” because many of America’s future doctors are being inundated with critical race theory (CRT) and diversity, equity and inclusion (DEI), according to the founder of, which monitors CRT curricula and training in higher education, has expanded its Medical School Database to include all 155 accredited U.S. medical schools. Findings revealed a staggering 70 percent provide mandatory or voluntary CRT-related coursework or training for students.

“The extent to which CRT/DEI and related programming has worked its way into medical schools is truly shocking and worrisome. Racial and other activism should not be the focus of medical education,” William Jacobson told Fox News Digital….

“The ideological capture of over two-thirds of medical schools demonstrates that CRT/DEI has become a part of the fabric of medical education. We are training future doctors to look at patients through a racial lens, with potentially frightening consequences for society,” Jacobson said.

“It’s often said that collapse happens slowly, and then very suddenly. Medical school education is slowly collapsing, but it’s not too late,” he continued. “We need to stop the CRT/DEI medical agenda before that collapse becomes irreversible.” also found that over 50 percent of medical schools mandate CRT-related coursework or training, while nearly 40 percent mandate such trainings for faculty and staff. The subjects of mandatory trainings and coursework are worded differently by institution, using terms such as “anti-racism,” “cultural competency,” “diversity, equity and inclusion,” “equity,” “implicit bias/anti-bias,” and CRT.

The database of 155 accredited medical schools indicates that 108 have some form of mandatory or voluntary student training or coursework and 66 have offered materials by left-wing authors Robin DiAngelo or Ibram Kendi, whose books explicitly call for discrimination, according to Jacobson….

“Unfortunately, the medical establishment, from the American Medical Association on down, is on board with the racialization of medicine. The groups that should ensure that medical education and care focus on individual patients, not political struggles, have not only abandoned the medical ship, they are helping sink it,” Jacobson said.

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“The racialization of medical education and medicine constitutes a national emergency, and needs to be addressed by governors and state legislatures, as the current federal government and medical establishment is on board with the CRT agenda,” Jacobson said.

The recent Supreme Court decision on Affirmative Action will have an impact:

Jacobson feels the Supreme Court’s recent ruling striking down affirmative action, while in the context of school admissions, applies equally to patient care.

“The racialization of medicine almost certainly will end up in the Supreme Court. Two Supreme Court Justices recently cautioned that ‘in the event that any government again resorts to racial or ethnic classifications to ration medical treatment, there would be a very strong case for prompt review by this Court,’” he said.

As a result, many institutions have offered statements about the ruling. performed a “segmentation analysis of these responses based on the substantive content presented within those statements. At the outset, it should be noted that all 38 medical school individual responses either convey outright disappointment or disagreement with the SCOTUS ruling or, alternatively, reaffirm the school’s diversity or social justice admissions goals notwithstanding the ruling,” the group wrote.

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E Howard Hunt | July 18, 2023 at 10:16 pm

It wouldn’t get quite so strong a foothold if unqualified minorities and women were not being admitted in hordes. It isn’t brave or honest to not point this out in every discussion of the matter.

This is the systemic racism that the left keeps complaining about.

They have effectively created a pandemic of racism that is permeating our society. Med schools used to have the cream of the crop of students, but with the lowering of standards that results from accepting less qualified applicants, based solely on racial characteristics, not merit, will result in the same lack of confidence in the medical profession as it has with the media, academia, law schools and government.

The woke mind virus is apparently very communicable, infecting the weak minds first, now being introduced to the formerly stronger minds.

How blatant and destructive does it have to get before people wake up and just say NO!!

    “Will result”? It already has. Affirmative action killed the credibility of the medical establishment decades ago.

    ekimremmit in reply to Dimsdale. | July 19, 2023 at 11:04 am

    My money says that the cream of the crop is also buying into CRT to a significant extent also. All the med students are coming from the same basic background which is inundated with this virus.

For those of us who are well past medical school, do not worry. CRT/DEI will also be coming to not only your state medical board, but also to every American Board of Medical Specialties member board.

Hey you, are you licensed in New York and board certified by the American Board of Surgery? Well, not any more, until you complete 30 hours of CRT/DEI CME. By December. And pay thousands of dollars for the privilege. Every 2 years.

    Retired in 2020. Had hoped to maintain my license in Virginia. From my perusal this doesn’t seem to be required in Virginia—- yet. Regardless I am sure among the online CME offerings available I would be able get the required hours, even in DEI/CRT. Giving the “right” answers should be easy.

    JohnSmith100 in reply to JustSayN2O. | July 19, 2023 at 12:44 am

    Soon they will demand 5 brainwashing sessions a day.

There’ve got to be more sane places to live.

JohnSmith100 | July 19, 2023 at 12:46 am

Sane places are becoming harder to find every day.

henrybowman | July 19, 2023 at 2:23 am

Waiting for Yuval Harari to leap out during the closing credits to brag, “You see? I told you free will was an illusion, and humans could be programmed any time we wanted, to do even the most insane things anyone could possibly imagine!”

The same can be said of the bar. Naturally medical and law schools were targeted because, as licensed professions, licensure and the threat of non-issuance or rescission can be used as a cudgel to ensure compliance both in public and private (lest a rat tattle on the licensed person). Many words have been written on the threat expansion of occupational licensing poses, so I will not repeat them here, but this result was easily foreseen and almost impossible to reverse, because even if you protect a few individual licensees there are thousands more who are too cowed to ever publicly complain, and the people imposing compliance are basically immune to removal.

“To cure a sick nation”

We are eventually going to see medical professionals who refuse to treat white patients and we are going to see medical organizations, fellowships and institutions who agree they shouldn’t be forced to do so.

    alohahola in reply to JohnC. | July 19, 2023 at 9:08 am

    I doubt that highly. What what patient will see these medical Unprofessionals?

    Lausyl in reply to JohnC. | July 19, 2023 at 7:06 pm

    I don’t think it will go down that way. I think the big health insurance providers will eventually force consumers to use unqualified minority medical practitioners. Anyone who questions the competency of their minority health care provider will be branded a racist and the health insurance company will refuse to pay for another health care provider.

Steven Brizel | July 19, 2023 at 8:57 am

I saw a major hospital affiliated doctor for a semi annual check up The computer screen screensaver asked how you can be a so called anti racist

The various medical boards who are currently allowed to set and maintain standards of professional certification may be in for surprise when Red States create their own alternatives which will be required within those States and kick the existing institutions, corrupted and captured by the leftists, to the curb.

Federalism and creating working partnerships among the sane States is the most strait forward and effective way to address this and other lefty excess.

Hen ry Rogers, also called Ibriham, Kendi, has made a good thing out of this nonsense but Medicine will suffer. The misinformation put out by the NIH and Pfizer plus the Medical Boards like that in CA was bad enough. Now, no one believes that Medicine is trustworthy. I even have arguments with my internist but he knows I am an MD and we agree to disagree.