The University of Texas’ medical school is promoting two racial equity challenges for students who wish to become “allies” and “anti-racist.”
The Dell Medical School’s Office of Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion, alongside the Dell Med Chapter of the Student National Medication Association, launched the Dell Med Racial Equity Challenge in January, in light of Martin Luther King Jr. Day. The program includes a 21-day equity challenge and an “ally nudge” initiative.
According to an email obtained by The Daily Wire, students were asked to join a 21-day equity challenge through the group America & Moore. The equity challenge asks students to read, watch, and listen about “white privilege and white supremacy” every day for 21 days. Suggested reading includes books such as “How White People Got Made,” which explores where the term “white people” came from and how ethnic groups have been unable to become “white,” and “Explaining White Privilege to a Broke White Person,” which explains how race