If systemic racism existed in the economy we would have no black CEOs, no owners of small businesses, and no black mid-level managers in large corporations. If systemic racism existed in the sports sector we would have no black athletes drawing huge salaries for their talents. We would have no coaches. If systemic racism occurred in the political arena we would have no black mayors, governors, congressmen or women, or a president of the United States. If systemic racism occurred in our educational sector we would have no black teachers, faculty members or college and university administrators. Systemic racism would not allow any black or non-white advancement in any of these areas.
This is not to say that we don’t have a racism problem in these areas. We do. However, it is at the individual level not the systemic level. It must be dealt with at the individual level within each segment of our society. The only example of it happening at the societal level was the civil war and some laws regarding school segregation, which were not too successful.
The only real basis for racial equality at the individual level is a book that has been around for ages, the Bible. It points out that God created all men and women equal and promotes the only real solution to the race problem, loving one another. There is no other lasting solution.