Missouri Medical School May Lose Accreditation For Being Too WhiteChris Menahan
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The University of Missouri School of Medicine is facing the loss of its accreditation because they have too many white students and faculty.
The media is acting like this is perfectly reasonable.
STAT, a national publication that covers health, medicine and science, came out Wednesday with a lengthy story on the medical school at the University of Missouri-Columbia and it isn’t pretty.Note, if they lose their accreditation, STAT says their degrees would be "rendered essentially worthless."
STAT notes that the current first-year class has only five black students out of a total of 104. In 2015, there were two, it says, and in 2014 just one."Lacking diversity" means "being too white."
This Soviet-style committee is going around threatening "nearly half of all medical schools" with losing their accreditation for being too white.
I'm sure when most people go on the operating table, what matters most to them is not knowing they have the best doctor, but instead knowing that their doctor's medical school did all they could to aggressively battle "systemic racism."
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