Voltaire — To learn who rules over you, simply find out who you are not allowed to criticize
The researchers blame the health differences on "colorism" (i.e. the belief that dark-skinned blacks are treated worse than light-skinned blacks). I think a more likely explanation is that tropical peoples such as black Africans do poorly in non-tropical environments such as Canada. Since dark-skinned blacks probably have more African DNA than light-skinned ones this would mean that they are going to do worse in Canada. For example, dark-skinned blacks probably have lower levels of vitamin D than light-skinned ones.
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