Gene Editing and the Future of Reproductive Justice

This webinar discusses the role reproductive health, rights and justice advocates can play in preventing a high-tech eugenic future where some people's genes are deemed more valuable for reproducing than others. Featured panelists include Dorothy Roberts, a professor of Law and Sociology at the University of Pennsylvania and CGS advisory board member; Ruha Benjamin, a professor of African-Americans Studies at Princeton University; and Lisa Ikemoto, a professor of Law at UC Davis.

transcript of the webinar is also available.

Co-sponsored by:
The Center for Genetics and Society
Black Women for Wellness
In Our Own Voice: National Black Women's Reproductive Justice Agenda