Race: Are We So Different?

Exhibit, Smithsonian

June 18, 2011–January 1, 2012

Museum: Natural History Museum

This traveling exhibition looks at race and racism in the United States through biological, cultural, and historical points of view. It explores the history of the idea of race and how race is viewed today, and discusses the role of science, particularly the findings of contemporary science that are overturning beliefs about race.

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Location: 2nd Floor, Northeast Wing, Special Exhibit Gallery (Hall 23)

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