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The Past is Present: A Community Conversation About Racial Identity and Stereotyping

February 15, 2016

Presented by Rachel Pannabecker, Bethel College. 

An examination of thrift stores in American society and their role in preserving the pop culture that emerged among the mass consumerism of the 20th century. Find out how stereotypes are adopted and propagated through consumerism, as seen in items found in thrift stores.

This event is part of the "Food for Thought" lunchtime lecture series and supports "Sorting Out Race," a special exhibition that uses thrift store race-related objects to explore race and racial identity.

Sponsored by: Thomas County Historical Society

The Kansas Humanities Council is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization governed by a Board of Directors. Individual and corporate contributions, funding from the National Endowment for the Humanities, and funding from the State of Kansas supports our work.

For more information regarding this event:

Time: 12:00 pm

Contact: Ann Miner Phone: (785) 460-4590
Prairie Museum of Art and History
1905 S Franklin Avenue
Colby, KS 67701-3710
United States
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