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The Consequences of “Straight Talk,” with Diversity and Equality of Opportunity in Healthcare

About Our Guest

Kenny Xu is the President of the race-blind advocacy group Color Us United and the leader in the successful fight to overturn the race-based admissions policies at Harvard University and all over the country. He is the author of two books: An Inconvenient Minority and School of Woke. Color Us United is the leading organization that advocates for a race-blind, merit-based society. When DEI policies potentially harm employees and cultures of excellence, Color Us United comes to the rescue. Kenny Xu grew up in Richmond, VA, and later moved to Princeton, NJ with his family in his high school years. He attended Davidson College and graduated Magna Cum Laude with a major in Mathematics and a minor in Philosophy. He lives in Raleigh, North Carolina where Color Us United’s headquarters is also located.

What trumps diversity every time? Why is ‘straight talk’ so important in the medical field? In this episode of Student Pulse Podcast, we talk with Kenny Xu, President of Color Us United to explain equality of opportunity over equity in healthcare.

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This podcast is a production of the Christian Medical & Dental Associations® (CMDA).

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