The National Association of Emergency Medical Technicians scrubbed a scholarship only open to “students of color,” following a federal lawsuit.
Do No Harm, a group fighting “diversity, equity, and inclusion” in medicine, filed the lawsuit last week on Jan. 10.
The “diversity scholarships” for emergency medical services techs “will be awarded to students of color who do not hold an EMS certification but who intend to become an EMS practitioner,” according to an archived link.
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