White Coats for Black Lives calls on elite schools to improve race bias shortcomings and help eliminate disparities in US healthcare
Ten of the top US medical schools including Harvard and Yale do not have faculty and staff that reflect the countryâ€™s black, Native American and Latino population, according to a report by the social justice group White Coats for Black Lives (WC4BL).
The medical student-run group, which came together in response to the Black Lives Matter movement, on Wednesday published a 129-page report that grades medical schools on their work to combat racism.
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