Five medical schools are violating federal law by offering scholarships to certain races while excluding others, according to new complaints lodged with the U.S. Department of Education (DOE).
The University of Florida College of Medicine, for instance, has a scholarship that is only available to students “who belong to groups that are recognized as historically underrepresented in medicine,” including students who are black or Hispanic. Students have to list their race when applying for a scholarship, and applicants are asked to provide a photograph.
The schools “put out scholarships … and they restricted it to people of certain racial categories, which is not legal,” Dr. Stanley Goldfarb, board chair of Do No Harm, a nonprofit dedicated to protecting patients and doctors from radical policies in the health care industry, told The Epoch Times…. » Read full article
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