A Boston hospital has announced it will give “preferential treatment based upon race” and “race-explicit interventions” in their attempt for an “antiracist push within medicine” based upon critical race nonsense.
A Boston Review piece has touted a program from Brigham Hospital that uses a “reparations framework” for giving medical care with the goal of “completely dealing with structural racism.”
“Together with a group of hospital officials and practitioners, we have created what we think will be a replicable program to redress the health inequities,” Harvard Medical School teachers Michelle Morse and Bram Wispelwey wrote in the article.
The authors go on to say that “racial inequity” within hospitals is harming patients and demand solutions like “free care and cash transfers” for minorities only.
“Offering care based upon race might lead to challenges from our colorblind law system … We encourage other hospitals to continue for racial justice,” the authors explained.
Critical race theory, the anti-white belief structure that says America is a fundamentally racist has been forced into public schools and corporations over the past few years resulting in a now undone executive order from former President Trump where he banned the ideology from being taught in schools.
Author: Scott Dowdy