Not enough. That is the answer to the question, “what is medical education doing to incorporate anti-racism into the curriculum?” In the current state of medical education, it is common to find a primary focus of enhancing diversity. Current literature points to that while important, diversity alone cannot combat inequities in the learning environment. It is these inequities that perpetuate a cycle of racism and directly impact patient care and representation in medicine. Learners are asking for the provision of anti-racism education, so it is time to deliver. In this workshop, participants will practice looking through an anti-racism lens and challenge the current teaching methods in medical education. We will discuss techniques to employ within undergraduate medical education (UME), graduate medical education (GME), and faculty development sessions to promote anti-racist strategies and create an inclusive learning environment. Participants will walk away with skills to embed anti-racism into their roles as clinician-educators.