The Author's Forum presents RACE: Are We So Different?: A Conversation with Yolanda Moses and Lester Monts. The exhibit RACE: Are We So Different?, on display in the Museum of Natural History Feb 9 - May 27, explores the contemporary experiences of race and racism in the United States, and the often invisible ways that race influences laws, traditions, and social institutions.
Yolanda T. Moses is a professor of anthropology, and a nationally recognized expert on cultural diversity. She serves as Vice Provost for Conflict Resolution and the Special Assistant to the Chancellor for Excellence and Diversity at UC Riverside. Lester P. Monts is the Senior Vice Provost for Academic Affairs at the University of Michigan.
The Author's Forum is a collaboration between the U-M Institute for the Humanities, University Library, Great Lakes Literary Arts Center, & Ann Arbor Book Festival. Additional support for this event provided by the U-M Department of Anthropology, the Museum of Natural History, and the LSA Understanding Race Theme Semester.