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How does your skin tone affect you?

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Angélica Dass

 

Currently featured film: The beauty of human skin in every color

  • Run Time: 11 minutes 27 seconds

 

Angélica Dass's photography challenges how we think about skin color and ethnic identity. In this personal talk, hear about the inspiration behind her portrait project, Humanæ, and her pursuit to document humanity's true colors rather than the untrue white, red, black and yellow associated with race.

 

What People Are Saying

"I really loved this video. It shows how important beauty is, despite skin color diversity. The human being must appreciate the differences. Sometimes, we all have to undergo any kind of discrimination, either by our color skin, religion, nationality, height, financial situation, language, sickness, sexual orientation and so forth. But we are all the same. - A. Victoria, TED.com

 

"There is no place for discrimination on this world and we should work hard to achieve that. Any type of discrimination is ignorance. Very touching speech!" - M. Adamovic, TED.com

 

"Powerful, relevant and beautifully illustrated message. We are human first." - S. Trivedi, TED.com

 

"The idea is beautiful. It's really very refreshing, informative and more importantly 'touching' talk. Highly recommended to all." - Open School, YouTube

 

This film is included in the cost of your general admission ticket purchase.

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