School is pursuing a ‘diversity agenda’ over ‘medical education based on merit and academic excellence,’ according to professor who filed the complaint
An elective program at the Indiana University School of Medicine is under federal investigation for discrimination based on color, race and sex after a senior fellow with a nonprofit opposed to progressive ideology in med schools filed a civil rights complaint against it.
Applicants to the “Underrepresented in Medicine Visiting Elective Program” must identify as “Black/African American, Hispanic/Latinx, LGBTQ+” to qualify, according to its website.
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