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New ​Chair of ​our ​Diversity ​and​ Health Disparities​ Research Cluster​ on Colorblindness and the Need for a New Biopoliticsby Sara GrossmanHaas Institute, UC BerkeleyDecember 2nd, 2016In a faculty profile interview, CGS Fellow Osagie Obasogie discusses colorblindness and biopolitics.
Seeing Others: Is Racial Prejudice Innate or Learned?[Cites CGS's Osagie Obasogie]by Chelsea LeuCalifornia MagazineSeptember 24th, 2015UC Hastings professor and CGS Senior Fellow Osagie Obasogie explains that the way blind people understand race supports the idea that the perception of race is learned.
Blind people can be racist, too, study says[Cites CGS's Osagie Obasogie]by Carina StorrsCNNAugust 30th, 2015A new study suggests blind people don't think about the physical attributes of race, but Osagie Obasogie disputes the idea that blind people enter social interactions with a blank slate.
Osagie K. Obasogie Speaks With Skip Gates About Colorblindness and Race[with CGS's Osagie Obasogie]by Henry Louis Gates, Jr.Oxford University Press's BlogFebruary 18th, 2014No one had done research on race and blindness. The question simply had not been asked, which speaks to the strength of the assumption that race isn’t all that important to blind people.
How Blind People See Raceby Francie LatourBoston GlobeJanuary 19th, 2014Osagie Obasogie set out to find out what ‘race’ means to people who’ve never been able to see skin color.
30 Years Later, A MacArthur 'Genius' Reflects[Discusses the work of CGS's Osagie Obasogie]by Kat ChowWGBH NewsSeptember 26th, 2013Former MacArthur Foundation fellow Ramón Gutiérrez calls Osagie Obasogie's work on how blind people understand race the most interesting research he's come across lately.
Blind People Can Still Identify Race (And Be Racist)[Quotes CGS's Osagie Obasogie]by Rose EvelethSmithsonianAugust 22nd, 2013Many non-racist people like to call themselves “color blind,” as in “blind to the color of someone’s skin.” But what about people who are actually blind?
Book Review: Anne Pollock’s Medicating Race[Quotes CGS's Osagie Obasogie]by Colin HalversonSomatosphereJanuary 7th, 2013Medicating Race is a meditation on the history and present state of racialized (specifically African American) forms of heart disease.
Osagie Obasogie on the Jeff Farias Show [MP3 audio]by Jeff FariasThe Jeff Farias ShowMarch 10th, 2009A discussion about race and human biotechnology on a talk radio program
Designer Babies [MP3 audio][Features CGS's Osagie Obasogie]by Michael KrasnyKQED ForumMarch 10th, 2009Is there a legal and ethical infrastructure in place to govern 'designer babies'?
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