By definition, a racist, would mean that you are willingly upholding the ideology of white superiority which isn’t what is going on here,…but i get where frustration can come from.
But exclusive practices and microaggressions, aggregated, can have a racist effect on a large group of people. See any group of statistics on women leaving tech, or graduated blacks vs hired blacks, etc…to see effects.
I think that privilege is a bigger problem amongst everyone, where we don’t understand the privileges we benefit from in our intersectional majority groups, and how that impacts those that aren’t benefiting (hetero vs. homosexual, white vs others, men vs women, non-trans vs. trans, american vs. immigrant, etc).
But just to understand, where were you called a racist? I didn’t see that in Tracy Chou’s post.