Where did you get your genetics or anthropology PhD from?
Since you’re so smart and we’re so dumb, answer some questions for us:
How many human “races” are there? Three? Six? Nine? Three hundred? Please list them all and explain how do you define the boundaries of each race - that is, how much of what qualities does an individual have to possess to belong to one of those races?
How do you measure, in an objective and scientifically-valid way, to determine what “race” a given individual belongs to?
Are Jews white? If so, why weren’t they white in 1920?
Are the Irish white? If so, why weren’t they white 1850? What about Italians? Romanians? Turks? When did they become white?
Why are there no genetic markers that are found exclusively in only members of one human “race?”
If you want to hold on to your erroneous belief in human races, here’s a tip: because there’s more genetic differences between tall people and short people or people who are lactose intolerant and people that can consume dairy without a problem, you could base your racial categories on those! It would be a lot more scientific than cobbling together a random list of skin shades, hair types, eye colour and shape, nose shape, religious beliefs, languages, geography, etc. and claiming that = a scientifically-valid and objective way of classifying humans.
Quoting Alan Goodman: ”I think by stripping the biology from it, by stripping the idea that race is somehow based in biology, we show the emperor to have no clothes, we show race for what it is: it’s an idea that’s constantly being reinvented, and it’s up to us about how we want to invent it and go ahead and reinvent it.”