Talks and Testimonies

Sponsored by the Health and societies of the Lang Center, Sociology and Anthropology, Black Studies.

Marcy Darnovsky and Dorothy Roberts discuss urgent social justice issues at the intersection of race, genetics, and human biotechnology, and explore their implications for the new US political landscape.

How can engaged scholarship and informed advocacy help avert the kinds of scientific, medical, and biotechnological innovations that unjustly divide us, and encourage those that affirm our common humanity?

Communications Coordinator Victoria Massie facilitated a thought provoking workshop discussion at the Black Women for Wellness Conference, Power Manifesto, on...

Marcy was a speaker for a summer seminar for high school educators, “Race and Membership in American History: The Eugenics...

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When you send your saliva to 23andme, you can get all kinds of genetic information — but now that it's...

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Are designer babies going to become a reality in the near future?

On this episode Cormac speaks to former NASA...

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Jesse Mulligan, from RNZ radio in New Zealand talks to CGS' own Katie Hasson regarding how many New Zealanders have sent off...

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Egg freezing has long offered hope for women who wish to delay having children. These days, some employers cover the...

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Long-discredited notions of race as rooted in biology fueled eugenics policies and the Nazi extermination project. And yet,Osagie Obasogie...

Marcy presents in front of full of lecture hall full of students

The Center for Genetics and Society receives numerous invitations to speak in person and via video link to high school,...