Doctor who leads ‘anti-racist’ org files complaints against medical schools for discrimination against white applicants

Dr. Stanley Goldfarb, chair of the antiracist organization Do No Harm, filed formal complaints against five U.S. medical schools for granting scholarships based not on academic accomplishments but on skin color, resulting in discrimination against white people.

Yes, you read that right: The board chair of a group dedicated to calling out racism in the field of medicine is actually pushing back against the medical world for discriminating against white people in an effort to fill minority quotas.

According to the complaints filed with the United States Department of Education Office for Civil Rights, the Florida College of Medicine, University of Minnesota Medical School, University of Oklahoma-Tulsa School of Community Medicine, University of Utah School of Medicine, and the Medical College of Wisconsin have all violated Title VI of the Civil Rights Act of 1964, which  “prohibits discrimination on the basis of race, color, or national origin.”

In a stunning move, Goldfarb cited the controversial and insufferably woke author Ibram X. Kendi, director of Boston University’s Center for Antiracist Research and author of “How to Be an Antiracist” and the “Antiracist Baby Picture Book,” as his reason for filing the claims.

“This reflects Ibram Kendi’s idea that in order to produce some sort of justification of past discrimination, we engage in current and future discrimination,” Goldfarb told Fox News Digital.

“In fact,” he continued, “the scholarships are illegal, and they should not occur. And these schools need to really reject this kind of racialist approach to education… and should embark on programs that are fair and equitable to all individuals.”

“If you go back into the 1920s and thirties, it was Jews that were excluded as a definite category,” the doctor explained. “And there was an interesting study done several years ago where someone wrote to the medical schools of the various medical schools around the country, and they acknowledged the fact that they had limited the number of Jewish applicants that they would accept. So… we totally reject this.”

“We think that admission to medical schools should be based on merit and merit alone,” Goldfarb said. “And that and there are plenty of African-American students who are highly qualified and are worthy of admission to medical school, and they should be admitted to medical school if they so desire to enter medical school — but on the basis of the fact that they’ve achieved what they’ve achieved, not because of some desire to create some sort of quota system in medicine where every medical school class perfectly reflects the population in the United States. And even if one tries to do that… it ends up excluding many people — typically South Asians and East Asian individuals are the ones who end up getting excluded.”

According to its website, Do No Harm’s group of physicians, healthcare professionals, medical students, patients, and policymakers are “united by a moral mission: Protect healthcare from a radical, divisive, and discriminatory ideology.”

“We believe in making healthcare better for all — not for undermining it in pursuit of a political agenda,” Do No Harm states.

“Our main purpose is to be a voice for people and to let them know that there are those fighting for them to achieve equitable care, the best care available,” Goldfarb said. “And if that’s the goal of physicians, then all patients will benefit. And if the goal is to produce a sort of racist discrimination, then some patients will not benefit, while others might benefit. And that’s not fair, and that’s not something we support.”


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