The controversies surrounding the issue of race have made it impossible for many scholars and researchers to dig deeper and offer meaningful insights for improving the nature of relationships existing between communities and ethnic groups. It is evident that some sociologists have offered meaningful arguments regarding the nature of scientific ethnicity and why it is inappropriate. However, very little is known about how societies can ignore the foundations of the race since it is a social construct. Current research ignores the unique similarities among populations that are founded on genetic makeup.
The latest findings are incomplete and fail to propose evidence-based ideas and approaches for minimizing cases of prejudice and inequality in the world. Scholars in the fields of anthropology, sociology, biology, and genetics can undertake additional studies in order to present superior insights for encouraging societies to overcome their differences. Addressing these gaps will make it possible for all populations in the same geographical region to live harmoniously and realize their aims.