In a town of predominantly white citizens, three girls are set apart. In the halls of their high school and on the streets of their village few people look like them. They are three of Skaneateles’ handful of non-white residents. One of these girls is bi-racial, one is of Korean origin and one is of full Indian ancestry. There are only eleven other non-white students who attend their about 600-student high school. This multimedia piece features the three girls’ experiences in their town, school and with their peers. It asks the question: “What is the experience of being the only person like you that you know?
Photographer: Brad Horn