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The People’s Science: A Call for Justice Based Ethics for the March for Science & Beyond

ABSTRACT:

In the midst of rising overt fascism scientists have come together to organize a march on Washington in defense of science.  Science has been championed as the way forward but I caution that such a claim cannot ignore the importance of the larger history of science which reveals how science has and continues to be utilized to institutionalize and justify systemic injustice.  This conversation aims to look at the contributions that science, knowledge, and technology studies has to offer and the ethical responsibilities scientists have to those marginalized within the field as well as the commons outside of the scientific community.    Continue reading The People’s Science: A Call for Justice Based Ethics for the March for Science & Beyond