Implicit Bias Training Cost Me My Nursing Job

  • September 30, 2022

I was fired from my nursing job this year for refusing to take “implicit bias” training. After 39 years of providing equal care to all my patients without regard to their race, I objected to a mandatory course grounded in the idea that I’m racist because I’m white. I fear…

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UPenn doctor: ‘Anti-racist’ policies are wrecking American medicine

  • September 29, 2022

Dr. Stanley Goldfarb, a professor emeritus at the University of Pennsylvania’s medical school, is giving members of his profession heart palpitations. Goldfarb, 78, says new “anti-racism” med school policies are lowering standards, reducing students to the color of their skin and corrupting medicine in general — much to the outrage…

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The Hidden Transgender Consensus

  • September 27, 2022

Few issues these days inspire agreement among large swathes of voters from both parties, but one notable exception appears to be gender-identity policies. Last April, a Marist poll commissioned by the organization Do No Harm asked 1,377 Americans about their views on the infiltration of “social…

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Pfizer sued for excluding White, Asian candidates from fellowship

  • September 21, 2022

A health care advocacy group has sued Pfizer in federal court, alleging the pharmaceutical giant violated the Civil Rights Act by excluding Whites and Asians from a racial equity fellowship. Do No Harm filed the lawsuit Thursday in the U.S. District Court for the Southern District of New York. It claims…

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Pfizer Hit With Lawsuit Over Fellowship That Excludes Whites and Asians

  • September 19, 2022

Pfizer is being sued for excluding whites and Asians from its prestigious “Breakthrough Fellowship,” a nine-year program that includes a fully funded master’s degree and guaranteed employment with the pharmaceutical giant. The lawsuit, filed on Thursday by the medical advocacy group Do No Harm, says that the…

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Antiracism effort in health care could itself lead to bias

  • September 18, 2022

Everyone involved in health care can agree on two truths: First, many minority populations have unequal access to care. Second, as a result, they often have disparate health outcomes. Yet acknowledging these truths does not lead to LaShyra Nolen’s conclusion that health care must be “antiracist” (“…

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Lawsuit claims Pfizer fellowship discriminates against whites and Asians

  • September 17, 2022

A national association of medical professionals has filed a lawsuit against pharmaceutical giant Pfizer , alleging that the company runs a fellowship that illegally excludes white and Asian American applicants. Do No Harm claimed that Pfizer’s Breakthrough Fellowship Program violates several state and federal laws as it is racially…

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Pfizer Sued for Discriminating against White, Asian Fellowship Applicants

  • September 16, 2022

Do No Harm, a nonprofit whose mission is to “protect health care from a radical, divisive, and discriminatory ideology,” recently sued Pfizer, arguing that the pharmaceutical giant’s “Breakthrough Fellowship Program” illegally discriminates by race. Pfizer describes the fellowship on its website as “a nine-year…

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Health care journal sued for excluding White candidates from fellowship

  • September 12, 2022

A health care advocacy group has filed a federal lawsuit against the journal Health Affairs, alleging it violated the Civil Rights Act by excluding White candidates from a racial equity fellowship. Do No Harm filed the lawsuit last week in the U.S. District Court for the District of Columbia. It…

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‘The Bible Of Health Policy’ Offers A Race-Based Fellowship Program

  • September 9, 2022

A prestigious health journal offers a fellowship that appears to bar white applicants from joining, according to a complaint against the program filed in a U.S. District Court and obtained by the Daily Caller. Health Affairs is currently accepting applications for its “Health Equity Fellowship,” which…

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Lawsuit claims fellowship for minorities is illegal for banning White applicants: ‘Blatant discrimination’

  • September 7, 2022

EXCLUSIVE — Nonprofit organization Do No Harm filed a lawsuit on Tuesday against Health Affairs and Project Hope, claiming a fellowship for minorities is illegal because of “blatant discrimination” against White applicants.  The complaint, filed in U.S. District Court for the District of Columbia, alleges that Health Affairs, a prominent health…


Top med school putting wokeism ahead of giving America good doctors

  • September 2, 2022

Elite medical schools are deliberately recruiting woke activists, jeopardizing their mission of training physicians. That’s what our organization found in a review of the application process for America’s top 50 medical schools. Nearly three-quarters of these institutions — and 80% of the top 10 — ask applicants about…

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Biden Pushes Racial Equity, Not Equality

  • September 2, 2022

Unless you’re a member of a minority protected class of persons, brace yourself to be treated unfairly by the Biden administration. President Biden is pushing racial equity – that’s actually very different from equal treatment regardless of race. Racial equity means government can treat people unequally, to equalize outcomes. For…

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Top Med Schools Weed Out Applicants Who Don’t Support DEI, New Report Says

  • September 1, 2022

The best medical schools in the country are weeding out applicants who are insufficiently devoted to the leftist creed of Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion (DEI), according to a new report released by the non-profit Do No Harm. Do No Harm, a nonprofit dedicated to “protect[ing] healthcare from a radical, divisive,…

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The Disastrous Push to Resegregate Health Care

  • August 26, 2022

Racial segregation is returning to health care, driven by a new generation of woke activists. The seminal study advocating this backward policy was released in June 2018 and revised three years ago this month. Titled “Does Diversity Matter For Health: Experimental Evidence from Oakland” and published in…