PRSS Working Group Member Professor Susan Lindee has published an essay in Made by History, the history blog of the Washington Post.
The Program on Race, Science and Society (PRSS) is an initiative at the University of Pennsylvania devoted to transformative and interdisciplinary approaches to the role of race in scientific research and biotechnological innovations, aiming both to promote social justice and to dispel the myth that race is a natural division of human beings.
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In November, PRSS Director Dorothy Roberts' article, "Abolition Constitutionalism," was published as the Foreword to the Harvard Law Review.
Penn Medicine and the Afterlives of Slavery Affiliate Fellow Paul Wolff Mitchell has been awarded The Provost’s Graduate Academic Engagement fellowship. Mitchell has been featured in Penn Today.
PRSS Postdoctoral Fellow, and "Penn Medicine and the Afterlives of Slavery" (PMAS) Project Manager, Ezelle Sanford III has published an essay in the February 2020 issue of National Geographic.