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Quantified and Analyzed, Before the First Breathby Jessica CussinsBiopolitical TimesJune 26th, 2014Could whole genome sequencing in utero ever become the norm? Should it?
Eugenics Reparations Removed from Budgetby Joyce LiptrapLetter to the Editor, News LeaderJune 25th, 2014Virginia House Bill 1529: Justice for The Victims of Sterilization would have created a fund for reparations to Virginia residents physically mutilated at the hand of state funded institutions.
Pro-choice, Pro-Information, Anti-Eugenicsby David PerryThisMess.netJune 23rd, 2014Whatever information is provided in the context of the pre-natal diagnosis should actually be true and inclusive.
Female Prison Inmates Sterilized Illegally, California Audit Confirms by Corey G. JohnsonCFIRJune 19th, 2014The California state auditor blasted federal and state oversight of sterilization surgeries for female prison inmates, finding numerous illegal surgeries and violations of the state’s informed-consent law.
Vasectomies Should Not Be Used as Punishmentby Amanda MarcotteSlateJune 18th, 201420 months in prison, five years of probation, and a vasectomy. As part of his plea deal, Jesse Lee Herald had to agree to get snipped when he got out of jail.
Eugenicists Never Retreat, They Just Regroup: Sterilization and Reproductive Oppression in Prisonsby Loretta RossRH Reality CheckJune 12th, 2014Women in California prisons have been illegally sterilized, nearly four decades after sterilization abuse guidelines were implemented at the state and the federal level.
Wading into Racismby Pete ShanksBiopolitical TimesJune 6th, 2014A Troublesome Inheritance: Genes, Race and Human History has been out for a month, and the fuss, such as it was, seems to be dying down, but the underlying issues remain significant.
Orphan Black: The Best Show You’ve Never Seenby Jessica CussinsBiopolitical TimesMay 29th, 2014A BBC America television series about clones is seriously good.
Making Babiesby Alexis C. MadrigalThe AtlanticMay 21st, 2014Some guesses about how the future may change what’s involved in making a person—from the ease of getting pregnant, to the mechanics of procreation, to our very definition of family.
Nicholas Wade: Genes, Race and Anthropologyby Pete ShanksBiopolitical TimesMay 8th, 2014Is Nicholas Wade shocked and horrified that his new book, A Troublesome Inheritance: Genes, Race and Human History, is getting support from racists? Really, what did he expect?
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