Latest Scientific racism Stories
PIRC addresses tax-payer supported genetic counseling programs and the purpose of these programs. Holmen, WI (PRWEB) December 28, 2012
University of Granada researchers have developed a new forensic identification technique that compares the skull with one or several pictures of the subject while still alive.
Research from North Carolina State University shows that they really donâ€™t make women like they used to, at least in Spain.
By Krieger, Nancy Research on racism as a harmful determinant of population health is in its infancy. Explicitly naming a long-standing problem long recognized by those affected, this work has the potential to galvanize inquiry and action, much as the 1962 publication of the Kempe et al.
By Fitch, Nancy-Elizabeth Vernon J. Williams, Jr., The Social Sciences and Theories of Race. Urbana and Chicago: University of Illinois Press, 2006. Pp. 151. Cloth $50.00. Paper $20.00.
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