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  • 2021年10月04日
    Statue Of Pioneering Medical Subject Henrietta Lack Unveiled In Bristols

    October 4, 2021, Bristol, United Kingdom: A life-size bronze statue of Henrietta Lacks, a Black American woman whose cells were the first ever to survive and multiply outside the body was unveiled at the University of Bristol by members of her family on Monday (04October2021)...It honours the 70th anniversary of her death on 4 October 1951 and her cells first being used...Her son Lawrence Lacks, who was 17 when his mother passed away, was joined by her grandson Alan Wilks and his wife Pam, granddaughter Jeri Lacks-Whye and great-granddaughters Victoria Baptiste and Veronica Robinson. ..The statue, commissioned by University chiefs earlier this year, is located in the heart of the campus precinct next to Royal Fort House. It is the work of Bristol artist Helen Wilson-Roe and is the first public statue of a Black woman made by a Black woman to be permanently installed in the UK. . .It follows the exhibiting of two of Helenââ¬â¢s portraits of Henrietta Lacks and Cllr Cleo Lake, Bristolââ¬â¢s first Black fem...

    商品コード: 2021100714639

  • 2021年10月04日
    Statue Of Pioneering Medical Subject Henrietta Lack Unveiled In Bristols

    October 4, 2021, Bristol, United Kingdom: A life-size bronze statue of Henrietta Lacks, a Black American woman whose cells were the first ever to survive and multiply outside the body was unveiled at the University of Bristol by members of her family on Monday (04October2021)...It honours the 70th anniversary of her death on 4 October 1951 and her cells first being used...Her son Lawrence Lacks, who was 17 when his mother passed away, was joined by her grandson Alan Wilks and his wife Pam, granddaughter Jeri Lacks-Whye and great-granddaughters Victoria Baptiste and Veronica Robinson. ..The statue, commissioned by University chiefs earlier this year, is located in the heart of the campus precinct next to Royal Fort House. It is the work of Bristol artist Helen Wilson-Roe and is the first public statue of a Black woman made by a Black woman to be permanently installed in the UK. . .It follows the exhibiting of two of Helenââ¬â¢s portraits of Henrietta Lacks and Cllr Cleo Lake, Bristolââ¬â¢s first Black fem...

    商品コード: 2021100714660

  • 2021年10月04日
    Statue Of Pioneering Medical Subject Henrietta Lack Unveiled In Bristols

    October 4, 2021, Bristol, United Kingdom: A life-size bronze statue of Henrietta Lacks, a Black American woman whose cells were the first ever to survive and multiply outside the body was unveiled at the University of Bristol by members of her family on Monday (04October2021)...It honours the 70th anniversary of her death on 4 October 1951 and her cells first being used...Her son Lawrence Lacks, who was 17 when his mother passed away, was joined by her grandson Alan Wilks and his wife Pam, granddaughter Jeri Lacks-Whye and great-granddaughters Victoria Baptiste and Veronica Robinson. ..The statue, commissioned by University chiefs earlier this year, is located in the heart of the campus precinct next to Royal Fort House. It is the work of Bristol artist Helen Wilson-Roe and is the first public statue of a Black woman made by a Black woman to be permanently installed in the UK. . .It follows the exhibiting of two of Helenââ¬â¢s portraits of Henrietta Lacks and Cllr Cleo Lake, Bristolââ¬â¢s first Black fem...

    商品コード: 2021100714833

  • 2021年10月04日
    Statue Of Pioneering Medical Subject Henrietta Lack Unveiled In Bristols

    October 4, 2021, Bristol, United Kingdom: A life-size bronze statue of Henrietta Lacks, a Black American woman whose cells were the first ever to survive and multiply outside the body was unveiled at the University of Bristol by members of her family on Monday (04October2021)...It honours the 70th anniversary of her death on 4 October 1951 and her cells first being used...Her son Lawrence Lacks, who was 17 when his mother passed away, was joined by her grandson Alan Wilks and his wife Pam, granddaughter Jeri Lacks-Whye and great-granddaughters Victoria Baptiste and Veronica Robinson. ..The statue, commissioned by University chiefs earlier this year, is located in the heart of the campus precinct next to Royal Fort House. It is the work of Bristol artist Helen Wilson-Roe and is the first public statue of a Black woman made by a Black woman to be permanently installed in the UK. . .It follows the exhibiting of two of Helenââ¬â¢s portraits of Henrietta Lacks and Cllr Cleo Lake, Bristolââ¬â¢s first Black fem...

    商品コード: 2021100714641

  • 2021年10月04日
    Statue Of Pioneering Medical Subject Henrietta Lack Unveiled In Bristols

    October 4, 2021, Bristol, United Kingdom: A life-size bronze statue of Henrietta Lacks, a Black American woman whose cells were the first ever to survive and multiply outside the body was unveiled at the University of Bristol by members of her family on Monday (04October2021)...It honours the 70th anniversary of her death on 4 October 1951 and her cells first being used...Her son Lawrence Lacks, who was 17 when his mother passed away, was joined by her grandson Alan Wilks and his wife Pam, granddaughter Jeri Lacks-Whye and great-granddaughters Victoria Baptiste and Veronica Robinson. ..The statue, commissioned by University chiefs earlier this year, is located in the heart of the campus precinct next to Royal Fort House. It is the work of Bristol artist Helen Wilson-Roe and is the first public statue of a Black woman made by a Black woman to be permanently installed in the UK. . .It follows the exhibiting of two of Helenââ¬â¢s portraits of Henrietta Lacks and Cllr Cleo Lake, Bristolââ¬â¢s first Black fem...

    商品コード: 2021100714821

  • 2022年01月06日
    US-NEWS-MUSEUMS-BLACK-REMAINS-1-BZ

    January 6, 2022: Lawrence Lacks, the oldest son of Henrietta Lacks, looks at a portrait of his mother during an unveiling in the Baltimore City Hall rotunda. Lacks‘ cells, later named HeLa cells, were taken without her consent while she was being treated at Johns Hopkins hospital for cervical cancer in 1951. Lacks died later that year, but her cells became the first immortal human cell line. (Credit Image: © Kim Hairston/The Baltimore Sun/TNS via ZUMA Press Wire)、クレジット:©Kim Hairston/The Baltimore Sun/TNS via ZUMA Press Wire/共同通信イメージズ

    商品コード: 2022011008504

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