Publications

Book
Changing the Face of Engineering: The African American Experience
Slaughter JB, Tao Y, Jr. WP. Changing the Face of Engineering: The African American Experience. Johns Hopkins University Press; 2015.
BLACK MAN IN A WHITE COAT A DOCTOR'S REFLECTIONS ON RACE AND MEDICINE
Damon Tweedy MD. BLACK MAN IN A WHITE COAT A DOCTOR'S REFLECTIONS ON RACE AND MEDICINE. Macmillian Publishers; 2015.Abstract

One doctor's passionate and profound memoir of his experience grappling with race, bias, and the unique health problems of black Americans

Postgenomics: Perspectives on Biology and the Genome
Richardson S, Stevens H ed. Postgenomics: Perspectives on Biology and the Genome. Duke University Press; 2015. Publisher's Version
The Genealogy of a Gene: Patients, HIV/AIDS and Race (Transformations in Studies in the History of Science and Technology)
Jackson MW. The Genealogy of a Gene: Patients, HIV/AIDS and Race (Transformations in Studies in the History of Science and Technology). MIT Press; 2015. Publisher's Version
The Invisible History of the Human RaceHow DNA and History Shape Our Identities and Our Futures
Kenneally C. The Invisible History of the Human RaceHow DNA and History Shape Our Identities and Our Futures. Viking Press; 2014. Publisher's Version
Black Women Scientists in the United States
Warren W. Black Women Scientists in the United States. Indiana University Press; 2000. Publisher's Version
Broadcast
Dr. Kia Caldwell. The Alyne Case: An Intersectional Analysis of Gender, Race, and the Human Right to Health in Brazil. WBUR: Boston University World of Ideas. 2015.
Film
CODEGIRL.; 2015.Abstract

From rural Moldova to urban Brazil to suburban Massachusetts, CODEGIRL follows teams of high-school aged girls from around the world who have three months to design an mobile app that solves a problem in their community. The winning team gets $10K to complete their app, but every girl discovers something valuable along the way.

CODEGIRL
Chief Technology Officer of the United States, Megan Smith, stopped by theCharlie Roseshow recently and explained how women in Tech are often erased from History..(http://boingboing.net/2015/05/08/cto-megan-smith-explains-how-w.html). PBS; 2015. Publisher's Version
Desmond-Harris J. The myth of race, debunked in 3 minutes.; 2015. Publisher's Version
Hammonds EM. Harvard University Panel Discussion on DNA Dreams. Harvard University; 2015. Publisher's Version
McCann A. The Queen of Code.; 2015. Publisher's Version
van der Haak B ed. DNA Dreams. The Netherlands: Vimeo; 2014. Publisher's Version
and Kalin LPA. Pioneers of the Heart, African American Medical Pioneers. (and Burst SFB). WGBH affiliate of the Public Broadcasting System; 2003. Publisher's Version
Journal Article
Boswell B, Zimitri Erasmus, Johannes S, and Ratele SMK. Racist Science: The Burden of Black Bodies and Minds. The Thinker: A Pan-African Quarterly for Thought Leaders [Internet]. 2019;81 :4-8. Publisher's VersionAbstract

The point of our objection is
that this study draws on a racist
epistemological frame despite
centuries of Black radical
anticolonial activism and scholarship
produced in opposition to these
framings. The implications of this
study are that Black women bear
the burden of its findings, while
Black knowledges are debased
and erased.

Vincent Damotte1, Chao Zhao1 CL2 EW3 YL5 AM3 RK3 MMD4 5 4 4. Multiple Measures Reveal The Value of Both Race And GeographicAncestry For Self-Identification. bioRxiv [Internet]. 2019. Publisher's VersionAbstract

Abstract
There is long-standing tension regarding whether and how to use race or geographic ancestry in biomedical research. We examined multiple self-reported measures of race and ancestry from a cohort of over 100,000 U.S. residents alongside genetic data. We found that these measures are often non-overlapping, and that no single self-reported measure alone provides a better fit to genetic ancestry than a combination including both race and geographic ancestry. We also found that patterns of reporting for race and ancestry appear to be influenced by participation in direct-to-consumer genetic ancestry testing. Our results demonstrate that there is a place for the language of both race and geographic ancestry as we seek to empower individuals to fully describe their family history in research and medicine.

One Sentence Summary Self-identification in the United States according to both racial and geographic terms best reflects genetic ancestry in individuals.

MIiller D, Wai J. The bachelor’s to Ph.D. STEM pipeline no longer leaks more women than men: a 30-year analysis. frontiers in Psychology. 2015.
Williams JC. The 5 Biases Pushing Women Out of Stem. Harvard Business Review [Internet]. 2015. Publisher's Version

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