Angela Davis's work asks questions that stem from racial oppression: Is revolution possible? Can women be emancipated? Are prisons necessary?
This exhibition features archival materials at the Schlesinger Library which capture the complex world that Davis navigates.
Gene editing, a technology that enables scientists to change an organism's DNA, holds promise for the prevention and cure of complex human disease, such as cancer, heart disease, and sickle cell anemia.
This symposium will explore case studies of gene therapies as well as the legal and bioethical implications of this research.