"All of Us Are Related, Each of Us is Unique" challenges the alleged validity of the notion of human "races." At Syracuse University, we think it is time to spread the word about how much alike all humans are, and how our differences are clearly not "racial" in any biological sense of that word.

This exhibition is designed to contribute to contemporary discourse on human diversity. It is a graphic presentation of biological findings rooted in genetics research, and it includes striking displays of phenotypical variations, conventionally thought to be categorical. In fact, they are continuous.

Dramatically, via evidence on human migrations and adaptations, the exhibition shows how erroneous conventional wisdom has been with respect to the deeply ingrained concept of discrete "races."

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