Do No Harm is an advocacy group composed of healthcare professionals, medical students, patients, and policymakers united in their mission to protect healthcare from divisive and discriminatory ideologies. They actively challenge illegal discrimination in medical school scholarships and programs based on sex, gender identity, race/ethnicity, color, or national origin by filing federal civil rights complaints. With a focus on ensuring that medical students receive education and training free from such ideologies, Do No Harm also engages in legal actions, such as filing lawsuits against racial quotas in state boards and commissions. Their website offers a platform for individuals to report instances of divisive ideology or discrimination in healthcare settings, aiming to maintain a standard of care that prioritizes individual patients over identity politics.
- NIH Brings Racism Into Peer Review
- Wright State University Medical School Doubles Down on “Holistic Admissions” and Expensive AAMC Travel
- Macy Foundation Promotes DEI Dogma that Minority Medical Students Fail Due to Biased Medical Education Assessments
- Dr. Stanley Goldfarb Speaks on DEI in Medicine at Kennesaw State University
- The University of Minnesota Quickly Cleans Up a Discriminatory Pre-Health Program In Response to a Federal Civil Rights Investigation