Talking Biopolitics 2018 with Alondra Nelson and Jenny Reardon

Alondra Nelson and Jenny Reardon , both authors of recent books about genomics and social justice, engaged in conversation about their work. They explored how institutions respond to histories of racism in which genetics plays a role; the problems of knowledge that living in a genome-oriented world present; and how we can develop new understandings of racism, morality, and genetic justice.

This webinar was part of Talking Biopolitics 2018, a continuing series by the Center for Genetics and Society, where cutting-edge thinkers talk about the social meanings of human biotechnologies. We regularly updated our Facebook event page , and live-tweeted the conversation using #TalkingBiopolitics .

 A transcript is also available here.