My teacher said in class that the first woman was a black woman and he said she lived in Africa. Where did white people come from?
Most Helpful Guy
We all come from Africa and adapted to our respective environments. Race isn't actually. It's a social concept.2
Most Helpful Girl
Races as separate biological spheres do not exists, skin colours are a result of adaptation. When Homo Sapiens moved into colder areas to live their skin became lighter in order for their skin to be able to absorb the crucial amount of vitamin D from the limited sun in colder areas. But now we have vitamin supplements and vitamin D added into our food, we also get produce shipped to us from tropical areas of the world so it isn't just up to our skin to get us all the vitamin D we need anymore! Skin colour is just a phenotypical aspect of an adaptation.2