UNC Med School To Base Instruction On Diversity, Claim Organs Aren’t Gender-Specific

UNC Med School To Base Instruction On Diversity, Claim Organs Aren’t Gender-Specific


Students seeking an education at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill School of Medicine will have social justice front and center in their studies.

The College Fix reported that after the death of George Floyd in Minneapolis by ex-cop Derek Chauvin, the school convened a task force to figure out how to integrate social justice into the medical school curriculum. In October 2020, the task force, led by Vice Dean for Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion (DEI) E. Nate Thomas III, recommended 42 changes to the school’s curriculum in order to inject social justice into medical students’ teachings.

“To meet the needs of a growing diverse state, a curriculum embedded in social justice and anti-racist components is essential to patient care, health equity, reduction of health

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