The Island Diversity Council, in collaboration with the Island’s public schools, premieres a thought-provoking exhibition on the illusion of race — All of Us Are Related, Each of Us Is Unique — comprising 18 graphic panels and a film entitled Six Billion Races, which emphasizes the unity, as well as the diversity, of humankind.

The exhibition will be open 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. Saturday, July 26, through Friday, August 1, in the cafeteria of the West Tisbury School on Old County Road.

Free and welcoming all ages, this exhibition has been widely shown across the United States, from Oxford, Miss., to Cleveland, Ohio; Washington, D.C., to San Francisco, Calif.; and Bellingham, Wash., to Syracuse, N.Y., as well as in Canada, Australia and Hong Kong. It is adapted from the French version which is on permanent display in Paris and Geneva.

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