First, let's get our definitions straight. When I say genes, I mean DNA. The environment is basically everything else, or everything that you would interact with. Also, there is a somewhat subtle difference between race and biology that you may not be aware of: biology depends on genetics or physical traits, while race is an identity or category assigned by society.
Interestingly enough, when I went to school (a long time ago admittedly) race was not defined socially at all. It was only mentioned in a science class and the races we were told existed were Caucasian, Negroid and Mongoloid (I might be forgetting one).
Edit: I probably should've been more specific, it was an anatomy class. It always confused me to hear Americans use Caucasian to only mean white, since it includes about a billion Indian people too.
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