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Panelists Neddy Astudillo, Ingrid Waldron, Raj Pandya, and Ibrahim Abdul-Matin speaking at the AAAS 2021 Annual Meeting
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Science, Religion, and Community Partnerships Improve Environmental Justice Efforts

Lilah Sloane-Barrett

DoSER hosted a session on "Pursuing Environmental Justice through Science and Religion" at the 2021 AAAS Annual Meeting. It focused…
Zoom screenshot of Dr. Rob O'Malley,Dr. Whitney Battle-Baptiste, Dr. Jada Benn Torres, and Rev. Dr. Robert A. Turner
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Silenced Stories Given New Voice with the Help of Science

McKenzie Prillaman

On February 10, 2021, DoSER hosted a AAAS Annual Meeting session that explored how scientific tools have supported the revitalization…
Mónica Feliú-Mójer stands, smiling and looking at the camera, on an empty street with trees in the background
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Mónica Feliú-Mójer

We spoke with Mónica Feliú-Mójer about teaching science by using relevant cultural context and what to think about when working…
Neddy Astudillo, Ingrid Waldron, Raj Pandya, and Ibrahim Abdul-Matin speak on a virtual panel
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Pursuing Environmental Justice Through Science and Religion

This session explores the effects of environmental degradation & discrimination on vulnerable populations & discusses how elements of various faith…
Panelists present at the AAAS Annual Meeting
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The Dynamic Past: How Science Helps Give Voice to Silenced Stories

This session explores how tools of science, including new technologies, techniques, and collaborations in a variety of fields have supported…
Liz Barnes stands behind a desk with her hands on the desk, smiling
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Liz Barnes

We spoke with Liz Barnes about understanding and addressing tensions related to religious identity and evolution, particularly in biology classrooms.
Krystal Tsosie, Keolu Fox, Nanibaa' Garrison, and Lee Bitsoi speak at the AAAS Annual Meeting
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Indigenous Knowledge, Science, and Ethical Frameworks for Collaboration

This session explores research and engagement projects led by Native American and Indigenous scholars working in diverse ethical, scientific, and…
Reconciling Past Injustices: Building a future in African American genomics
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Reconciling Past Injustices: Building a future in African American genomics

Dr. Fatimah Jackson presents an overview of Cobb Research Lab Studies as a model for science practice and community engagement.
Humans and Race
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Humans and Race

A new video series from AAAS DoSER exploring the past and present intersections of science and racism. This series will explore difficult topics such…
Science: The Wide Angle Film Series 2
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Science: The Wide Angle Film Series

AAAS DoSER, in collaboration with Fourth Line Films, has produced an exciting series of short films to spark discussion of…