These medical schools plotted loophole for race-based admissions after Supreme Court affirmative action ban

In the aftermath of the Supreme Court decision blocking race-based admissions at colleges and universitiesmedical school faculty at multiple institutions tried to find ways to circumvent the ruling, records show.

Documents obtained through a public records request made by medical advocacy group Do No Harm and obtained by the Washington Examiner show plans by faculty to maintain a diversity, equity, and inclusion, or DEI, focus in admissions while still technically abiding by Students for Fair Admissions v. Harvard.

Read more on the Washington Examiner.

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