Critical Race Theory in U.S. Schools

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What percentage of doctors are black2020?
About 2.6% of the nation's doctors in 2019 and 7.3% of students enrolled in medical school in 2020 identified as Black or African-American. Despite efforts to bolster the ranks of Black doctors, the figures still lag the 13% in the overall population.Jun 26, 2020

We need more Black doctors. The gentleman poses an important question. Via what path did he get a medical degree? We (the federal government) need to promote that path so Blacks are represented in the field of medicine.
 

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What percentage of doctors are black2020?
About 2.6% of the nation's doctors in 2019 and 7.3% of students enrolled in medical school in 2020 identified as Black or African-American. Despite efforts to bolster the ranks of Black doctors, the figures still lag the 13% in the overall population.Jun 26, 2020

We need more Black doctors. The gentleman poses an important question. Via what path did he get a medical degree? We (the federal government) need to promote that path so Blacks are represented in the field of medicine.

This.

Also, has anyone confirmed the credentials of the guy in the video? Anyone could just say they're a doctor. Who's going to check this?
 

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The black doctor's roaring working memory and industriousness and social support allowed him to overcome the obstacles that would be associated with systematic racism.

Keep in mind that only 30% of blacks can't over come the obstacles to get out of the gheeto.

You could say that systemic racism (the drug war, redlining) helped put some of them there.

The question is what gets them out?

Bootstraps?

Without a roaring working memory and industriousness it aint going to happen.

CRT ain't going to do it either.
 
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hal9000

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The black doctor's roaring working memory and industriousness and social support allowed him to overcome the obstacles that would be associated with systematic racism.

Keep in mind that only 30% of blacks can't over come the obstacles to get out of the gheeto.

You could say that systemic racism (the drug war, redlining) helped put some of them there.

The question is what gets them out?

Bootstraps?

Without a roaring working memory and industriousness it aint going to happen.

CRT ain't going to do it either.
imagine getting two medical degrees just so all the dummies in America can just disregard your expertise?
 

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Duffy LaCoronilla

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The black doctor's roaring working memory and industriousness and social support allowed him to overcome the obstacles that would be associated with systematic racism.

Keep in mind that only 30% of blacks can't over come the obstacles to get out of the gheeto.

You could say that systemic racism (the drug war, redlining) helped put some of them there.

The question is what gets them out?

Bootstraps?

Without a roaring working memory and industriousness it aint going to happen.

CRT ain't going to do it either.
Not everyone can be successful. It’s not a skin color thing.

The single most important determining factor in level of achievement in life is IQ. Nothing else even comes close.
 
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What percentage of doctors are black2020?
About 2.6% of the nation's doctors in 2019 and 7.3% of students enrolled in medical school in 2020 identified as Black or African-American. Despite efforts to bolster the ranks of Black doctors, the figures still lag the 13% in the overall population.Jun 26, 2020

We need more Black doctors. The gentleman poses an important question. Via what path did he get a medical degree? We (the federal government) need to promote that path so Blacks are represented in the field of medicine.
So it looks like the pipeline is almost triple the current supply. While still short of the overall goal, things are def going in the right direction.
 

Duffy LaCoronilla

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This.

Also, has anyone confirmed the credentials of the guy in the video? Anyone could just say they're a doctor. Who's going to check this?
1. He said he had medical degrees. He didn’t say he was doctor. He mentioned supervising a number of people for his work.

2. Of course someone like you would have a hard time believing a black guy could do so well for himself.
 

Duffy LaCoronilla

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What percentage of doctors are black2020?
About 2.6% of the nation's doctors in 2019 and 7.3% of students enrolled in medical school in 2020 identified as Black or African-American. Despite efforts to bolster the ranks of Black doctors, the figures still lag the 13% in the overall population.Jun 26, 2020

We need more Black doctors. The gentleman poses an important question. Via what path did he get a medical degree? We (the federal government) need to promote that path so Blacks are represented in the field of medicine.
Now do jews.

Now do Italians.

Now do people of Irish heritage.

British heritage…

Slavs.

Syrians


Why do people keep lumping all “white” people into the same group?

Whats the rate of blacks are engineers?

Ok now do rate Nigerians americans or Cameroonian americans that are engineers.

Why do peoople lump all blacks together?
 
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