First, let’s look at the human race and the word “Hu, hue”.
The root of that word 'Hu, hue,' means color and 'man,' means spirit—thinker, spirited thinking. People say everything is the same under the skin. They lie because biochemically there is difference under the skin: African people have the moistest earwax than any other race. Also, the hair is different; blacks have more vitamins and minerals in their bones, which are called nutrient density. So, there is a difference and that difference has to be treated differently. John Hopkins University and Emory University defines humans in this way:
Races Based upon Melanin Content of Skin
Type 1: Lowest Melanin content (Caucasians)
Type 2 to 3: The yellow mix-brown race (Orientals)
Type 4: Brown and red people (Native Americans, Japanese)
Type 5: Black, brown (Native Indians, Mexicans, Himalayans)
Type 6: Black, the highest melanin content (Africans)
Black people are rated the highest in the human scale based on carbon. There are biochemical differences between the varieties of races.
Percent of Population with Dry Earwax
Northern Chinese 98%
Southern Chinese 88%
American Whites 16%
American Blacks 7%