New Film Series Explores Science’s Role in Fighting Racism

DoSER has launched a new film series that explores human evolution, the history of scientific racism, and the lack of a biological basis for the modern conception of race.

The American Association for the Advancement of Science has launched a film series on the intersection of race, history, and science.

The project’s first short film, published Dec. 11 by the AAAS Dialogue on Science, Ethics, and Religion (DoSER) program, features commentary from leading voices in anthropology and evolutionary biology. They discuss topics that the series’ future installments will explore, including human evolution, the history of scientific racism, and the lack of a biological basis for the modern conception of race.

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