Subject: Race

Genetics, Race

CERA Statement Against the Weaponization of Genetic Research

The shooting in Buffalo that resulted in the deaths of ten Black Americans is one of many in a series of tragedies that ...

May 27, 2022

Editorial-AJOB, Professionalism, Race

The Need for Praxis in Combating the “Race Idea” in Bioethics: Theory, Reflect...

The following is an editorial in the American Journal of Bioethics, March 2022 issue. It can be found here: https://www....

March 8, 2022

Black Bioethics, Race

Bioethics and Black Americans #BlackBioethics

March 1, 2022

Cultural, Race

Roger, Elizabeth, Whoopie, Rachel, and Race

Ken Belson provides a useful review of the challenges facing the NFL with respect to securing diversity in the ranks of ...

February 14, 2022

Black Bioethics, Race

Black Bioethics

The American Journal of Bioethics brings you free to access, peer-reviewed research that is facilitating the important c...

December 9, 2021

Cultural, Education, Medical Humanities, Philosophy & Ethics, Race, Science, Social Justice

The Folly of Apolitical Science

By Johnathan Flowers, PhD A persistent myth in STEM (Science Technology Engineering and Medicine) fields argues that sci...

November 15, 2021

Decision making, Pediatrics, Race

The #MedTwitter War: How a Tweet About Advocacy Pitted One Specialty Against Another

by Erin King-Mullins, MD, FACS, FASCRS I decided to tweet about my daughter’s trip to the ER to highlight dispariti...

November 3, 2021

Global Ethics, Neuroethics, Race, Social Justice

Engaging Social Justice: An Expanded Vision for Neuroethics

by Nicole Martinez-Martin, JD, PhD; Laura Y. Cabrera, PhD and Timothy E. Brown, PhD The novelist Arundhati Roy wrote tha...

October 20, 2021

Black Bioethics, Ethics, Professionalism, Race

“We Are Not Here to Save Bioethics:” Amplifying Diverse Voices in Bioethics

by Keisha Ray, PhD Originally presented at “Race and Bioethics: Amplifying Diverse Voices,” sponsored by Col...

July 20, 2021

Cultural, Health Policy & Insurance, Race

Dying of Inequality and Republicanness: Questioning Metzl on Whiteness

by G.M. Trujillo, Jr., Ph.D. Critics and academics laud Jonathan Metzl’s Dying of Whiteness. But unlike many academic wo...

July 15, 2021

Clinical Trials & Studies, Cultural, Health Care, Health Disparities, Race, Social Justice

Multiracial Healthcare: What About Us?

By Daphne O. Martschenko, PhD and Jennifer L. Young, PhD  June 12 was Loving Day – a celebration of the 1...

June 17, 2021

Gender Disparities, Health Disparities, Politics, Public Health, Race

Overturning National Eviction Bans is Institutionalized Racism and Sexism

by Keisha Ray, PhD One of the social determinants of health is housing. Although in my work I discuss&nbs...

May 5, 2021

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