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  • Kimberly TallBear (a1)
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In May 2007, I gave a talk at the Institute for Public Health Genetics (IPHG) at the University of Washington (UW), Seattle. My topic was the Genographic Project, specifically the colonial history and racial narratives that I see as shaping the work of the project. I left IPHG encouraged by my conversations with UW researchers, including native researchers and program administrators who organize collaborative and ethically rigorous research. The individuals I met work in multiple native communities, especially those in the Pacific Northwest.

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First Nations Centre. OCAP: Ownership, Control, Access and Possession. Report sanctioned by the First Nations Information Governance Committee, Assembly of First Nations. Ottawa, Ontario, Canada: National Aboriginal Health Organization. ⟨http://www.naho.ca/firstnations/english/documents/FNC-OCAP_001.pdf⟩ (2007) accessed 25 November 2008.
TallBear, Kimberly. “Narratives of Race and Indigeneity in the Genographic Project.” Journal of Law, Medicine and Ethics 35, no. 3 (Fall 2007): 412424.
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International Journal of Cultural Property
  • ISSN: 0940-7391
  • EISSN: 1465-7317
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