This 20-panel banner exhibition focuses on the interactions between African American and Native American people, especially those of blended heritage. It also sheds light on the dynamics of race, community, culture, and creativity, and addresses the human desires of being and belonging. With compelling text and powerful graphics, IndiVisible includes accounts of cultural integration and diffusion as well as the struggle to define and preserve identity. Stories are set within the context of a larger society that, for centuries, has viewed people through the prism of race brought to the Western Hemisphere by European settlers. These are master jpegs. Source files are on file with photo archives. The subject of this photograph is the Foxx family: Anne Foxx, Monet Foxx, Aisha Foxx, Majai Foxx, and Maurice Foxx.