Racism is inferiority to another race. I paraphrased, but the definition is pretty accurate. Let us play pick a side:
Are blacks inferior to whites?
Are whites inferior to blacks?
Is Cadillac better than Lincoln?
Is Lincoln better than Cadillac?
The recognition of these questions outline the "elephant in the room" discussion. It can be somewhat repetitive and jovial, yet it is accepted and habitual without clear ownership of responsibility.
The matrix of America portrays to be great one must be better. In actuality, humility defines great as collective unity. The understanding of generational inferiority is not one for the matrix to answer. It is more profound than that.
Racism is an umbrella. How else would we shield the inferior rain and inclement weather? Simple, we can excuse the "elephant in the room." Consequently, the weather has four seasons, and I have never seen an elephant holding an umbrella. I am telling you. It is jovial. Responsibility displays in resemblance. We all are humans who bleed red blood, breathe invisible air, and intrinsically feel what is not there regardless if my ancestors came from Africa and yours from elsewhere.