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In this video, we are honored to have a conversation with Dr. Nina Jablonski, one of the most influential and respected paleoanthropologists in the world. Dr. Jablonski is a professor of anthropology at Penn State University and the author of several books, including Skin: A Natural History and Living Color: The Biological and Social Meaning of Skin Color. She has made groundbreaking discoveries and contributions to our understanding of human evolution, diversity, and skin color. She has also been a pioneer in promoting public education and dialogue on these topics, challenging the myths and stereotypes that divide us. We talk to her about her fascinating career journey, from studying the fossils of old world monkeys in Africa to exploring the genetics and physiology of human skin color. We also discuss how we can use science to combat racism and celebrate our common humanity. This is a rare opportunity to learn from a brilliant and inspiring scholar who has dedicated her life to advancing our knowledge of ourselves and our past. Don’t miss it!