Understanding Race in This Place: A Community Conversation

Understanding Race in This Place: A Community Conversation A temporary exhibit curated by the University of Michigan Museum of Natural History. It's place to think about race and what that means to you, me, and the place we live in.

The U-M Museum of Natural History will host the "Race: Are We So Different?" exhibit in 2013, as part of the LS&A Theme Semester "Understanding Race." As a companion piece, we are developing a community exhibit that presents stories about race from local perspectives. This exhibit highlights community organizations that are working on local issues of racial disparity and racial inequity, and it incorporates personal reflections from community members. The exhibit, like this page, is a place where we can learn from each other about how race impacts our community. It's a place where we can share concrete ideas as to how to participate in local work towards racial and social justice. Please, feel free to post information, articles, and comments about your events and topics related to racial identity and social justice. The exhibit will open in NOVEMBER 2012

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