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No Longer Invisible: The Evolution Of Skin Color In the Modern World

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It’s fascinating to think that our skin is the largest organ in our body and holds so much more significance than just protection! The underlying meaning of different skin colors says a whole lot about our race, ethnicity, biology, and perhaps our self-esteem. It continues to be such an important variable in understanding social science in our everyday lives.




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