The scientific consensus is that we're all a soup of DNA, and that race is indeed a fiction. But where does that leave us? This round-table discussion – on the heels of Lawrence Hill's CBC Massey Lectures about blood – focuses on race, culture and the knotty problem about how we choose to identify ourselves. Lawrence Hill, Priscila Uppal, Hayden King and Karina Vernon have a go at a very modern, age-old question. Blood ties you to family, country and race. Should it? What happens to personal identity when race is removed as a marker of who you are? What happens when we use the term "culture" to replace the idea of race? The panelists explore these questions and more.