'White fragility clinic' to be hosted at Dalhousie University medical school

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Across Canada, more and more institutions of higher learning are providing platforms for seminars and programs that push ideas spouted by critical race theorists.

Faculty and staff at Dalhousie University’s medical school, for example, have been given the opportunity to partake in a for-credit “white fragility clinic” as part of a professional development online seminar series.

Only fifteen attendees are allowed at a time, and those who partake in the clinic can expect to “explore in a safe and non-judgmental space issues including the concept of whiteness and its role in racism,” and “build and practice racial resilience.”

According to Dalhousie, the “one-credit-per-hour Group Learning program meets the certification criteria of the College of Family Physicians of Canada and has been certified by the Continuing Professional Development Office of Dalhousie University for up to 1.0 (per hour of session) Mainpro+ credits.”

It has been given accreditation as a “group learning Section 1 activity” by the Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons of Canada.

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