Kentucky requires nurses to take training on ‘structural racism’ and ‘white-splaining’

The Kentucky Board of Nursing mandated nurses to take an “implicit bias” course to “recognize the history of racism in healthcare” and threatened “discipline” for failure to do so.

The ultimatum to complete the “mandatory continuing education” training, which was developed by the Kentucky Nurses Association, forced nurses to complete the training by July 1.

Read more at the Washington Examiner.