“A profound and deeply touching play about two men who boldly addressed the greatest questions of all time.” New York Times
Striking a blow for academic freedom, the Oklahoma House of Representatives overwhelmingly passed a bill that would protect the rights of teachers and students to learn about scientific controversies over biological evolution, climate change, cloning, and other issues.
As North Carolina grapples with its legacy of forced sterilization, a new feature-length film dramatizes the personal toll of eugenics as well as its connection with Darwinism.
After censoring a peer-reviewed article critical of Neo-Darwinism, the journal Applied Mathematics Letters has had to apologize and pay $10,000.
Fifteen Ph.D. scientists wrote a letter to the Louisiana State Legislature defending the Louisiana Science Education Act and challenging critics for misrepresenting it.