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Unlearning Racism

Race Are We So Different? is an interactive website which provides a new look at race through the lenses of history, human variation and learned experience. Included are resources for teachers, kids, families and researchers. Part of a larger public
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Race: Are We So Different? is an interactive website which provides a new look at race through the lenses of history, human variation and learned experience. Included are resources for teachers, kids, families and researchers. Part of a larger public education project which includes a traveling exhibit telling the stories of race from the biological, cultural, and historical points of view. From the American Anthropological Association.

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