American Journal of Bioethics 21 (2):72-74 (2021)

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John Beverley
Northwestern University
Regina Hurley
Northwestern University
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Mithani et al. argue that bioethics should more actively resist racial injustice and expand the range of voices heard beyond those historically considered. We largely agree with the authors’...
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