YDN: Conference explores medical histories, social justice

March 1, 2017

ELLEN KAN FEB. 28, 2017: Over 150 historians, scientists, health care providers and community activists gathered at the Yale Medical Historical Library to examine science, medicine and racial violence through a historical lens last weekend.

The Program in the History of Science and Medicine hosted these interdisciplinary conversations over the course of a two-day conference titled “Critical Histories and Activist Futures: Science, Medicine and Racial Violence.” The event was organized by graduate students Sarah Pickman GRD ’21, Tess Lanzarotta GRD ’18 and Marco Ramos GRD ’18 MED ’18 through the program’s History, Science and Justice Collective.

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