‘Do you speak English?’ labeled a microaggression in Texas hospital bias training

Employees working for a West Texas healthcare system were required to take an implicit bias training that said asking someone if they spoke English amounted to a microaggression.

According to documents obtained by the medical watchdog group Do No Harm and shared with the Washington Examiner, Covenant Medical Center in Texas required its employees to complete an implicit bias training that contained a list of microaggressions worthy of an apology, including asking if someone spoke English and asking to speak to a manager.

Read more at the Washington Examiner.