Texas A&M med school removes photos of white male alumni to show commitment to diversity
Medical school also reportedly practices ‘holistic admissions,’ ‘reviews salaries for ‘diversity’
The College of Medicine at Texas A&M University removed prominently placed photos of white male alumni to show its commitment to diversity, equity and inclusion, it stated in a recent survey.
The institution completed the survey for the Association of American Medical Colleges last year, which the organization used for its Diversity, Inclusion, Culture and Equity Inventory, according to the Washington Examiner, which reviewed the documents and reported on them Monday.
Do No Harm, a nonprofit of medical professionals opposing social justice ideology in medicine, obtained the responses through a Freedom of Information Act and shared them with the Examiner, the news outlet stated.
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