More and more scientists find that the differences that set us apart are cultural, not racial.  Some even say that the word race should be abandoned because it’s meaningless…In an article in the summer issue of the Journal of Counseling and Development, Cameron and Wycoff argue that the term “race” is so meaningless that it ought to be discarded.  In the field of genetics, researchers have concluded that the genetic differences between the so-called races account for only 0.012 percent of human biological variation.

We’re All the Same,, Sept. 10, 1998.

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