About Us

We are a diverse group of physicians, healthcare professionals, medical students, patients, and policymakers united by a moral mission: Protect healthcare from a radical, divisive, and discriminatory ideology. We believe in making healthcare better for all – not undermining it in pursuit of a political agenda.

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We believe each and every patient deserves access to the best possible care, and that barriers to care should be broken down. Yet the radical ideology of “anti-racism” is creating new barriers and bad practices that are endangering the health and well-being of everyone – including the people it claims to help.

We draw attention to the radical ideology of “anti-racism” in healthcare. It is increasingly embedded within medical education and training, medical research, medical practice, and medical public policy, and it’s promoting divisive and discriminatory ideas. This reality is not well-known, so we shine a light on the scale of the problem and offer concrete solutions to fix it.

Yes. We work with people across healthcare, including providers, patients, medical students, hospital administrators, and others. Our members recognize that healthcare is at risk of being ruined by radical ideology, and they work with us to fight back.

Leadership

Dr. Stanley Goldfarb

Board Chair

Dr. Goldfarb, a board-certified kidney specialist, is a former Professor and Associate Dean for Curriculum at the University of Pennsylvania School of Medicine. He has been widely published in medical journals, as well as The Wall Street Journal.

Kristina Rasmussen

Executive Director

Kristina is a grassroots and advocacy expert. She previously served as the president of a major state think tank, chief of staff to a governor, and as an advocate for federal government reform.

Benita Cotton-Orr

Senior Fellow

Benita, who immigrated from South Africa in 1986, is a policy analyst with a background in journalism. Her outspoken opposition to racially based and discriminatory policies is rooted in personal experience and the discrimination and inequities her family, friends and colleagues suffered under apartheid.

Laura Morgan

Program Manager

Laura is a Registered Nurse with a background in critical care, research, and clinical education. She advocates for medical professionalism and the highest standards of individual care.

Mark J. Perry, Ph.D.

Senior Fellow

Mark is professor emeritus at the University of Michigan and senior fellow emeritus at the American Enterprise Institute. In recent years, he has been a full-time civil rights advocate and has challenged nearly 600 US colleges and universities for more than 1,500 violations of Title IX and Title VI.

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