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Rethinking 21st Century Racism on the Way Homeby Victoria MassieGeneWatchJuly 17th, 2014When American genetic ancestry meets the ancestral homeland, DNA acquires a degree of contingency from which it cannot escape. This may serve as a means to rethink what potential there is of reifying the idea of "race" as we have known it.
The Fault in Our DNA: Reviews of A Troublesome Inheritance and Inheritanceby David DobbsThe New York TimesJuly 10th, 2014Nicholas Wade's book is deeply flawed, deceptive and dangerous. Sharon Moalem’s account reminds us that whatever its promise, genetics yet stands at a humble place.
Highly Placed Media Racistsby Steve RendallFAIRJuly 2nd, 2014Nicholas Wade's views raise questions about his tenure at The New York Times, and about corporate media vigilance on coverage of racism.
Implications of Genetic Diversity in Mexicoby Pete ShanksBiopolitical TimesJune 25th, 2014Two genomic surveys, one of Mexicans and one of self-identified Latinos, raise questions about the scientific use of cultural terms, and also hold implications for personalized medicine.
White Rabbitby Patricia J. WilliamsThe NationJune 23rd, 2014In a guise of scientific seriousness, Nicholas Wade’s new book revives the discredited ideas of history’s most notorious racists.
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.
A Troublesome Controversyby Pete ShanksThe Huffington PostJune 9th, 2014Nicholas Wade's A Troublesome Inheritance: Genes, Race and Human History has been out for a month, and the fuss seems to be dying down. So, is "scientific racism" dead? Unfortunately, it's too soon for that particular funeral.
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.
Report Debunks Conservative Case for Sex-Selection Abortion Bansby  Jessica Mason PiekloRH Reality CheckJune 4th, 2014The new report identifies six major inaccuracies commonly associated with legislation seeking to ban sex-selection abortions.
Charging Into the Minefield of Genes and Racial Differenceby Arthur AllenThe New York TimesMay 15th, 2014Few areas of science have contributed more to human misery than the study of racial difference. In A Troublesome Inheritance, Nicholas Wade argues that scientists need to get over their hang-ups and jump in.
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