Genetics and Race
What is generally agreed upon by the scientific community on the issue of race.
Human civilization originated from Africa, mostly likely Tanzania and Ethiopia, and spread around the globe.
"The accident of the predominance of white men in modern times should not give us supercilious ideas about color or persuade us to listen to superficial theories about the innate superiority of the white-skinned man. Four thousand years ago, when civilization was already one or two thousand years old, white men were just a bunch of semi-savages on the outskirts of the civilized world. If there had been anthropologists in Crete, Egypt, and Babylonia, they would have pronounced the white race obviously inferior, and might have discoursed learnedly on the superior germ-plasm or glands of colored folk." Joseph McCabe New DNA evidence suggests "African Eve", the 150,000-year-old female ancestor of every person on Earth, may have lived in Tanzania or Ethiopia. BBC News April 2, 2003. Humans moved across continents and established themselves in other regions, whereupon Darwinian adaptation occurred creating phenotypically distinguishable subpopulations with different skin tones, musculature, hair texture, facial characteristics, immune responses, and disease sensitivity. ...