Blood sugar racial pharmacology and food justice in black america 2016 o author anthony ryan hatch how contemporary biomedicine has shaped race and racism as americas health disparities increase anthony ryan hatch argues that the advent of metabolic syndrome signals a new form of colorblind scientific racism a repackaging of race within biomedical and genomic research the first . In late november 2005 i rode the marc commuter train from camden yards in baltimore to college park maryland where i was in graduate school. Blood sugar is itself a social justice project it challenges us to conduct more rigorous studies on metabolic syndrome and gets academics policy makers and physicians at the same table or exam bed to have more collaborative and productive conversations about how it affects the radicalization of medicalization drug treatment and health. Blood sugar racial pharmacology and food justice in black america rashawn ray contemporary sociology 2017 47 1 80 82 blood sugar racial pharmacology and food justice in black america show all authors rashawn ray rashawn ray see all articles by this author . Anthony ryan hatch blood sugar racial pharmacology and food justice in black america minneapolis university of minnesota press 2016 xii 166 pp ill 2500 978 0 8166 9618 5
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