Browsing by Subject "Race Relations"
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(Center far Urban Studies: Wayne State University, 1970-06)
(Genetics and Public Policy Center, 2005)The Human Genome Project revealed that any two humans are 99.9 percent genetically identical to each other. Yet by looking around you, it’s apparent that the 0.1 percent by which we all differ in our DNA can lead to ...
“WHO CAN I BE THE BEST PARENT TO?” AN ANALYSIS OF US RACE RELATIONS THROUGH THE LENS OF INTERNATIONAL ADOPTION (Johns Hopkins University, 2015-03-19)This research is a contemporary study of race relations in the United States (U.S.). The presence of international interracial adoptions reveals white Americans openness to crossing racial boundaries when forming their ...