Confronting Racialized Bioethics: New Contract on Black America

Mootry, Maria K.
March 2000
Western Journal of Black Studies;Spring2000, Vol. 24 Issue 1, p1
Academic Journal
Analyzes the reason why racial discrimination in the United States is failing African-Americans in having a better life. Acts of racial violence; Withdrawal of middle class White people from liberal policies; Academic intellectual racism in medical science; Theory of racial principalism.


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