I just want to drop this in here for food for thought.. Doesn't or didn't Evolution put forward the 'Out of Africa' theory for human evolution that suggested that humans from African origins were less evolved than other humans?
Just keep that in mind before you start throwing darts.
That theory is stating that all modern humans descended from a common ancestor that originated in Africa, it is NOT a means to support 'race.' So yeah, I guess you could say they were less evolved, because they all had to evolve into us.
I'm not going to jump to conclusions on what you were aiming at with that statement, but I sincerely hope it wasn't to promote...err...'inherent racial differences.'
Also, food for thought, 'less' or 'more' evolved is a rather vague and often times irrelevant means to describe the quality of an organism. Bacteria and viruses are 'poorly' evolved and yet they have done better at surviving than all of us. One could say dolphins and bonobo are 'less' evolved than we, and yet they're finding evidence the little bastards have an intelligence rivaling our own. Evolution is not a race, it is not a means to get to the top or any such thing, it is a biological process in which an organism changes to suit it's environment and be able to perpetuate the species, no more, no less.
Which I would also like to note that 'race' isn't even accepted anymore in any scientific community, it's a social construct. Ethnicity or ethnic heritage is deemed more appropriate as 'race' which is used to infer differences between people solely on skin color.