J. Philippe Rushton — Canadian Psychologist born on December 03, 1943,

John Philippe Rushton was a British-born Canadian psychology professor at the University of Western Ontario who became known to the general public during the 1980s and 1990s for research on race and intelligence, race and crime, and other apparent racial variation. His book Race, Evolution, and Behavior is about the application of r/K selection theory to humans... (wikipedia)

Deconstructing the concept of race not only conflicts with people's tendency to classify and build family histories according to common descent but also ignores the work of biologists studying non-human species.
Blacks in the Caribbean, Britain, Canada and sub-Saharan Africa as well as in the United States have low IQ scores relative to whites.
Startling, and alarming to many, is the conclusion that follows from these data that if all people were treated the same, most average race differences would not disappear.
A race is what zoologists term a variety or subdivision of a species.
To deny the predictive validity of race at this level is nonscientific and unrealistic.