GENDER AND RACE: ON WINNING THE GENETIC LOTTERY

It’s a memory from many years ago, of me running late at night on a dark suburban street.  Two women were walking ahead in the same direction. As I stomped past them on the sidewalk, one muttered, “Oh my God” in deflated horror. It dawned on me that the two didn’t know what to expect …

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