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The Making of the Race: Are We So Different? Project

View Dr. Yolanda Moses, chief curator for the development of the exhibition, RACE: Are We So Different?, speak about the creation of the exhibition. Dr. Yolanda T. Moses is a Professor of Anthropology, Universy of California Riverside and the Co-Chair of the National Advisory Committee for the American Anthropological Association RACE Project.

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Anthropology and the Cultural Construction of Race

Watch Dr. Yolanda Moses present Anthropology and the Cultural Construction of Race, A lecture sponsored by the Smithsonian Congress of Scholars and the National Museum of Natural History, June 16, 2011 at the National Museum of Natural History.

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RACE: Are We So Different? includes excerpts from the three-part PBS series Race: The Power of an Illusion. Learn more at http://www.pbs.org/race/

Family and Teacher Guides

A Family Guide to Talking About Race (PDF)

Educator's Guide to the Race Exhibition for Middle School and High School (prepared by Science Museum of Minnesota and Smithsonian) (PDF)

RACE: A Teacher's Guide for Middle School (PDF)

RACE: A Teacher's Guide for High School (PDF)

Recommended Reading

RACE Project Bibliography (PDF)

Learn More About Race
Special issue of AnthroNotes, the National Museum of Natural History's anthropology publication for educators.

Read a special issue of AnthroNotes, the National Museum of Natural History's anthropology publication for educators, published in conjunction with the RACE exhibit (PDF).

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Understanding Race

A collage of different human facial features to form a composite face Learn more about the history of race in America, the science of human variation, and more.

Visit understandingrace.org, the RACE Project website
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