Racial Injustice and Meaning Well: A Challenge for Bioethics

American Journal of Bioethics 21 (2):1-3 (2021)
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“Ignorance,” Jim Hudson, the art dealer, declares shortly before the climactic scene in the 2017 film, Get Out. “They mean well, but they have no idea what real people will go through”...

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