Pfizer Sued for Discriminating against White, Asian Fellowship Applicants
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 commitment to increase minority representation at Pfizer, designed to enhance our pipeline of diverse leaders.” The program “works to advance students and early career colleagues of Black/African American, Latino/Hispanic and Native American descent with a goal of developing 100 fellows by 2025.”
Read more on National Review.
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