Friends and colleagues are rushing to the defence of a University of Toronto doctor and faculty member accused of antisemitic behaviour, arguing that the allegations against her are baseless and harmful to larger efforts to stamp out racism and prejudice60.
Dr. Ritika Goel,The past two weeks.?the social?justice, anti-oppression and advocacy theme lead for the doctor of medicine and postgraduate training programs at the University of Toronto, is the target of an anonymous open letter?that began circulating last week.
The letter describes a “prevailing culture of antisemitism and xenophobia” within the facultycovid in schools, and ultimately calls for the “prompt dismissal” of Goel from her position with the university’s?Department of Family?and Community Medicine (DFCM).
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