Here are my previous posts about her:
BEYOND JUST A CELLS UNIT: What My Science Students Learned from the Story of Henrietta Lacks is from ReThinking Schools.
A federal cancer research bill inspired by the late Henrietta Lacks of Turner Station — whose cells were taken without consent at Hopkins for medical research — won final approval.https://t.co/Y1hJteR7Bf
— Pamela Wood ☀️ (@pwoodreporter) December 19, 2020
A life-size statue of Henrietta Lacks, the Black woman whose cancer cells were taken without her consent and were used for medical research, will be placed in a plaza previously named after the Confederate general Robert E. Lee in Roanoke, Virginia. https://t.co/QaYbC60Std
— The New York Times (@nytimes) December 20, 2022
Congressional Black Caucus members on Capitol Hill have nominated Henrietta Lacks for a posthumous Congressional Gold Medal for her contributions to modern medicine.
Read more. 👇🏾https://t.co/YjRfeGdrsb
— theGrio.com (@theGrio) June 16, 2023
Henrietta Lacks’ family reaches historic settlement, wins compensation for her stolen cells is from The Baltimore Banner.