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Friday, March 15 • 1:00pm - 2:50pm
Reckoning with Race as a Technology: The Rebranding of Difference as Genetic LIMITED

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What would it mean to consider “race” as a tool? In an era of rapid biotechnological advances and ballooning social inequality, what does the history of using “race” to normalize social hierarchies suggest about the challenges of emerging genetic technologies? .

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avatar for Milton Reynolds

Milton Reynolds

Reynolds Consulting,
Founder Reynolds Consulting, SF Bay AreaMilton Reynolds is an educator, educational consultant, author, and former Senior Program Associate with Facing History and Ourselves. Before joining Facing History he spent over ten years as a middle school teacher, a diversity/communications... Read More →
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Marcy Darnovsky

Executive Director, Center for Genetics and Society
Marcy Darnovsky, PhD, is Executive Director at the Center for Genetics and Society, a Berkeley, California-based social justice organization that works to ensure an equitable future in which human genetic and assisted reproductive technologies benefit the common good. She speaks and writes widely on human biotechnologies, focusing on their social justice, equi... Read More →
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Stephanie Welch

Executive Director, Paragon Media
Stephanie Welch is a documentarian and executive director of Paragon Media, a nonprofit media organization that is the co-producer of A DANGEROUS IDEA: Eugenic, Genetics and the American Dream. Welch is also the senior producer of the award-winning syndicated program Bioneers Radio... Read More →


Friday March 15, 2019 1:00pm - 2:50pm PDT
San Martin Room Doubletree by Hilton, 2050 Gateway Place, San Jose, CA 95110
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