Alex, Andrew (hidden), John, Lisa and Samantha Fusco view one of the kiosks in the “Race: Are We So Different?” exhibit currently on view at the Depot location of the Duluth Children’s Museum. The Fusco family is visiting Duluth from Waukesha, Wis.
They are standing in front of a mock silk-screen panel. The panel reveals how an Asian woman’s “whiteness” can be enhanced for advertising purposes. Beneath the silk-screen, the written information describes how “whiteness” became a standard of beauty in advertising during the early twentieth century.
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