Race and human variation questions

If you missed class on Feb 09, now is your chance to get credit. Post your questions about evolution and race here.


About Matt Thompson

Matt Thompson is a project cataloger at The Mariners' Museum library. He has a Ph.D. in anthropology from the University of North Carolina - Chapel Hill and was formerly a professor at ODU. You can find him on Twitter @m4ttTh0mps0n.
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2 Responses to Race and human variation questions

  1. Leave your comments and questions bellow. Thanks!

  2. Sean Murray says:

    1.) Industries are trying extremely hard to keep a wide variety of race within their employees. Do you think reverse racism is a problem because someone of a certain race might be more qualified than another but the “race perception” needs to be kept up within the industry.

    2.) If every child from here on out were to be born the color blue do you think cultures would dramatically change in a short period of time. Do you think people act a certain way only because of the color of their skin?

    3.) How do you think race differs from culture?

    4.) Do you think it’s a good thing that we all have different color skin are do you think it would be better for society if everyone was judged the same on their skin tone? Do you think this would cause other types of extreme prejudice such as hair color or height?

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