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"Race in the United States is at once an utter illusion and a material reality, a fiction and a scientific fact." —Lee D. Baker, Anthropologist

This personal film explores what it means to be white in America through the story of my own family across generations. My father's role as a white professor at Howard University, a traditionally black college, during the civil rights era comes to bear on decisions my wife and I make about adoption. Features an original music score by Don Byron.



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