The Melanin Race Chart

TYPE COLOR RACE
6 Black, blue/black

(highest melanin content)

Africans
5 Black/Brown, Brown

 

Native Indians

(Mexicans, Malaysians, kwk)

4 Brown, Red

 

Native Americans,

Japanese

2 and 3 Yellow, mixed, mixed Brown

 

Orientals
1 White

(lowest melanin content)

Caucasians

 

This is a classification chart of races based upon melanin content inside the body and the skin.

 

Reference: Afrika, Llaila. Melanin: What Makes Black People Black! Copyright 2009.

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7 thoughts on “The Melanin Race Chart

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  5. I’ve always been under the belief that melanin doesn’t exist outside of Afrikan blood, and any other nation claiming melanin is simply looking for a reason to matter in this day an age of “me too, I’m diverse”
    As said by Afrikan elders: Any form of melanin amongst so-called mixed race children – which in itself is a racists term – automatically washes out all European blood. Ergo Black, not mixed race. Melanin o be Black blood of Afrikan heritage regardless of shade.

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    • You know what, I can see your point. A melanin chart is a way in being politically correct with the masses I guess. What I’m starting to realize even more each and every day is that “being Black” is different than looking and behaving Blackish. Most people who have a small amount or lack melanin who wish to elevate themselves are at a huge disadvantage. But not all Black-Africans’ melanin are radiating on a high frequency either, and that’s what matters at the end of the day: raising the Kundalini to activate the gift we take for granted.

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