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All Woke Up: Nursing school goes Woke

“First do no harm” effectively has been replaced by “First do what’s Woke” at the University of Washington’s newly launched “Center for Antiracism in Nursing.”

An “Anti-Racism Pledge” for students is pending approval, according to the nursing school’s announcement, The College Fix reported. The nursing school removed the pledge from its website but a cached version can be read here.

The center is designed to confront “white privilege” and “anti-blackness.”

The nursing school dean said “nurses are in the ideal position” to combat racism.

“There is much work to do to become antiracist, not just as a society, but as a school, a university, a profession and a community,” Azita Emami said in the media statement.

But antiracism — the nostrum of the painfully Woke and their water carriers — isn’t about combatting racism. At it’s core, it’s regurgitated Neo-Marxism designed to tear down institutions and systems that interfere with the radical left’s political mission.

It’s tearing people apart in the name of identity politics.

It is doing a lot of harm, but that’s the intent of the painfully Woke.

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