Just think, though — if it weren’t for “white led racial justice groups” specifically white fundamentalist Christians, slavery may have never been abolished and you may have never had the opportunity to excoriate people that are attempting to help.
Also, the answer to racism comes more from the likes of Morgan Freeman — “I’ll stop calling you a white man, and I’m gonna ask that you stop calling me a black man. I’ll know you by your name and you’ll know me as Morgan Freeman…”
A great article about reducing things to black and white:
And conversely, there is no such thing as “White people” — some are just more melanin challenged than others.
The problem is when you let go of this premise of race (skin color), you lose the identity of blame and ownership. Without race, “the white man” can’t be the bane of all existence and “The black man” cannot be robbed of his culture. You end up with “Man enslaved his brother” and “local cultures”.
But we thrive on conflict, so when we’re all the same shade of brown, we’ll discriminate based on height, or whatever contrast we can find.