The (Changing) Color of Our Skins

Abby Zimet

Here at the dawn of the Obama era, NPR gives us an interesting look
at race, which turns out to be far more mutable that many thought. An
anthropologist from Penn State finds that 100 or so generations ago, "almost all
of us were in a different place and we had a different color." For more, click here


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