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Harvard Medical School to punish doctors for being white
Mike Adams In the latest insane example of left-wing “inclusiveness,” Harvard Medical School has announced a plan to punish doctors for being white while artificially “putting people of color in power” even when they haven’t earned it.

This demonstrates yet another way so-called “social justice” is destroying the integrity of medicine and potentially harming patients.

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