First Europeans Were Not White
When a forensic artist paired up with BBC for a special report, he unraveled one of the greatest myths of the white supremacy narrative. Forensic artist Richard Neave used ancient bone fragments that may have been up to 36,000 years old to create what is believed to be one of the more accurate depictions of the first Europeans. The resulting human, however, revealed the face of a sub-Saharan African rather than a white man.
There May Not Have Been Any White People in Europe Until a Few Thousand Years Ago
White people often place themselves deep into ancient history, but a team of scientists recently discovered that the likelihood of white people existing for as long as other races was slim to none. According to Gary Leupp, a history professor at Tufts University, explains, “The new research supports the theory that the spread of agriculture in Europe beginning only around 6,000 years ago favored survival of people with the genetic mutation producing fair skin.” This ultimately suggests that “white people in Europe” may have only appeared “as recently as 7,000 years ago.”
The Trait of Blond Hair Didn’t Originate From White Europeans
The Trait of Blue Eyes Also May Not Have Originated From White Europeans
Despite a general belief that white people are the original carriers of the trait of blue eyes, a report by National Geographic reveals the existence of a blue-eyed mummy uncovered by archaeologists working at Peru’s Huaca Pucllana ruins. A team of researchers from Copenhagen University also unveiled that the earliest common ancestor for those with blue eyes was likely a dark-skinned man born as recently as 6,000 to 10,000 years ago in a region near the Black Sea. The boy in the photo above is, perhaps, the best example of a Black African, non-mulatto, non-albino, with blue eyes.
Many European People From the Caucasus Mountains Have ‘Black Negro’ Origins
People Classified as White Weren’t Present at Dawn of Civilization
source: atlantablackstar.com By Taylor Gordon