Dr. Esther Choo notes in her Twitter bio that she provides medical commentary for CNN, MSNBC, and the BBC. None of that is surprising when you hear her new idea: what if anti-racism were made a foundational competency in medical school, and if you fail it, you don’t move on in your education?

Choo does acknowledge a solid counterpoint, in her opinion: wouldn’t it be hard to teach anti-racism in institutions like medical schools that are built on systemic racism?

Great idea, huh? Medical schools could pay Ibram X. Kendi $20,000 an hour for a Zoom session and make students buy his books.

What if those who’ve become the richest off of “anti-racism” had to engage in honest debate to prove their theory? Why not make that a common competency for them?