February 21, 2006 > Immigrants All! exhibit
Immigrants All! exhibit
It's normal to wonder about your ancestry and now anthropologists can tell you where your family was 60,000 years ago. The C.E. Smith Museum of Anthropology at the Hayward campus of California State University, East Bay invites the public to explore the history and every aspect of man from genealogy to genetics.
Immigrants All! celebrates the diversity of our community, providing information about the variety of pathways that have brought us to the East Bay," said George Miller, museum director and professor of anthropology. "We have had many surprises among those who have participated in our research." Exhibits present information on the science behind DNA analysis, narratives of immigration, and artifacts relevant to migration histories.
The exhibit runs from Feb. 24 to June 9, but will be closed March 20 to 26, March 31 and May 29. Admission to all museum events is free.
Immigrants All! Reception
Friday, Feb. 24
4 p.m. to 7 p.m.
Cal State Hayward campus, Room 4047 of Meiklejohn Hall
25800 Carlos Bee Blvd., Hayward