Photos by Mohammed Langston from the Glimpse: People of our Community exhibit at the U-M Museum of Natural History
Photos by Mohammed Langston from the Glimpse: People of our Community exhibit at the U-M Museum of Natural History
Photos by Mohammed Langston from the Glimpse: People of our Community exhibit at the U-M Museum of Natural History
Photos by Mohammed Langston from the Glimpse: People of our Community exhibit at the U-M Museum of Natural History
Photos by Mohammed Langston from the Glimpse: People of our Community exhibit at the U-M Museum of Natural History
Photos by Mohammed Langston from the Glimpse: People of our Community exhibit at the U-M Museum of Natural History
Photos by Mohammed Langston from the Glimpse: People of our Community exhibit at the U-M Museum of Natural History
Photos by Mohammed Langston from the Glimpse: People of our Community exhibit at the U-M Museum of Natural History
Photos by Mohammed Langston from the Glimpse: People of our Community exhibit at the U-M Museum of Natural History

Theme Semester Winter 2013

UNDERSTANDING RACE

Race plays a huge, and sometimes unseen, part in our lives. The Understanding Race Project is engaging three overlapping audiences in an exploration of race, using the upcoming tour of Race: Are We So Different? a dynamic exhibition coming to the University of Michigan Museum of Natural History from February 9 through May 27, 2013.

The goals of the Understanding Race Project include an exploration of the idea of race as a social construct that has no biological basis, and as an idea that grows in meaning when examined at the intersections of other identities, such as gender, sexuality, socioeconomic status, and religion. The Understanding Race Project offers myriad opportunities for conversations about race, emphasizing student engagement, highlighting local experience and expertise, and looking beyond the black/white dichotomy.

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