Some medical schools plotted loophole for race-based admissions after Supreme Court affirmative action ban

EXCLUSIVE — In the aftermath of the Supreme Court decision blocking race-based admissions at colleges and universities, medical school faculty at multiple institutions tried to find ways to circumvent the ruling, records show.

Documents obtained through a public records request made by medical advocacy group Do No Harm and obtained by the Washington Examiner show plans by faculty to maintain a diversity, equity, and inclusion, or DEI, focus in admissions while still technically abiding by Students for Fair Admissions v. Harvard.

“There is no evidence that any qualified minority student is being denied entrance to medical school based on their racial characteristics,” Dr. Stanley Goldfarb, Do No Harm’s chairman, told the Washington Examiner. “The idea that they need to attract more black applicants to their medical schools is not based on the presence of any barriers to their
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