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Authors Jaime R. Carlo-Casellas, Ph.D. and Philip Drucker, Esq., Ret.’s New Book, “Race Does Not Exist,” Explores How Race is But a Social Construct Used to Divide Humans

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Cathedral City, CA, December 29, 2022 –(PR.com)– Jaime R. Carlo-Casellas, Ph.D. and Philip Drucker, Esq., Ret. have completed their new book, “Race Does Not Exist: We all Descend from the Same Maternal Lineage”: a powerful exploration of the ways in which different groups of humans are more closely linked then they might think, despite the pervasive threat of xenophobia and White supremacy allowing people to think otherwise.

“This book is intended to describe the development of the humanoid since the beginning of time and the absurdism of how this group of animals that descended from a dark African ape became ultra-cooperative, both cognitively and motivationally,” writes Carlo-Casellas and Drucker.

“A tiny genetic mutation that led to the development of white skin occurred on a dark-skinned African Homo sapiens as early as tens of thousands of years ago illuminates one of humanity’s most significant sources of strife….

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