Expecting Doctors to Be On Time is Racist, Says Medical School

Expecting people to be on time is a part of white supremacy culture. That’s according to Duke University Medical School. Click here join Todd’s private Facebook group.

“At the Duke University School of Medicine, we believe that equity, diversity, and inclusion are core elements of institutional excellence,” the university’s website states. “We are committed to developing and implementing a culture of inclusion in which faculty, staff, and students from underrepresented backgrounds experience a genuine sense of value, empowerment, and belonging.” 

Duke has a strategic plan to create what they are calling an “anti-racist workforce.” The guide calls out mandatory dress codes, work style, being on time and speech.

“In the workplace, white supremacy culture explicitly and implicitly privileges whiteness and discriminates against non-Western and non-white professionalism standards related to dress code, speech, work style, and timeliness,” the document said. “Some identifiable characteristics of this culture includes perfectionism, belief that there’s only one right way, power hoarding, individualism, sense of urgency and defensiveness.” 

Dr. Mary E. Klotman, the medical school dean, told the New York Post the guide reflects what’s important at the medical school.  Click here to get my new best-selling book on how to save America from the Marxists.

“Our plan for dismantling racism and advancing equity, diversity and inclusion was created with an intentional and appropriate need for flexibility,” she told the newspaper. “As you read this plan, consider the actions you might take individually, with your teams, and in your local units to support our collective goals. Each of you will play an important role in advancing our mission to dismantle racism and promote equity, diversity and inclusion at Duke and beyond.” 

Duke never did explain how being on time makes someone a racist. But they did allow that any white person who takes issue with their diversity, equity and inclusion document is suffering from an ailment called white fragility.

Or maybe Duke did not take into consideration that most people would rather get their medical advice from a doctor in a white lab coat speaking the King’s English instead of some guy wearing a loin cloth talking jive.

So, if you’re scheduled for open heart surgery at five in the morning and your surgeon is a diversity hire – you might want to bring a book to read. And a snack. You may be waiting for a while.  Click here to get my new best-selling book on how to save America from the Marxists.

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