UCLA medical school paid first-year students to write left-wing course requirements

The University of California, Los Angeles medical school solicited first-year medical students for a paid position writing curriculums for courses in their “Structural Racism and Health Equity” mandatory classes.

In documents obtained through a public records request from the medical advocacy group Do No Harm, the medical school was recruiting “tutors” to “create new curricular content for our SRHE thread—lectures, panels, discussion guides, cases, new electives—as well as audit and analyze existing curricular content for other SRHE threads.” SRHE is the school’s name for its Structural Racism and Health Equity curriculum.

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