Dayton Metro Library welcomes an exhibit from Dayton Regional STEM School eighth grade students called The Skin Color Project Exhibit.
Students spent time collecting research and creating a multimedia museum exhibit that is dedicated to the study of skin color and the impacts of race in America. They created monuments, videos, and engravings with the goal to educate others on not only how humans acquire their skin color, but also how skin color has affected humans throughout history.
The Skin Color Project Exhibit will be on display at the Wilmington-Stroop Branch from Monday, March 13 – Saturday, April 1. The Branch is located at 3980 Wilmington Pike, Kettering, 45429.
For more information about this exhibit, call the Library’s Ask Me Line at 937.463.2665.