The spring issue of AnthroNotes, A National Museum of Natural History Publication for Educators focuses on RACE. The American Anthropological Association's traveling exhibition Race: Are We So Different? opens here tomorrow at the National Museum of Natural History. I saw a preview and it's a powerful and provocative exhibit. This issue contains the following articles:
Personal Reflections on Race, Racism, and Anthropology by Johnnetta Betsch Cole (Director of the National Museum of African Art and anthropologist)
Anthropology and the Race Project by Yolanda T. Moses and Joseph Jones
Why Human Skin Comes in Colors by Nina G. Jablonski Race
Race the Media by John L. Jackson, Jr.
Frederick Douglass and the Archaeology of Wye House by Mark Leone, Jocelyn Knauf, and Amanda Tang
You can access AnthroNotes at http://anthropology.si.edu/outreach/anthnote/anthronotes.html
I hope you enjoy the publication.
P. Ann Kaupp, Head
Anthropology Outreach Office
National Museum of Natural History
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