Must be lost in translation. Not sure I understand your post. Let's try again.
Whites still hold political power because they are in the majority. White privilege is very much alive. In maybe 50 or so years whites won't be in the majority, thus they won't hold the same political power.
If that becomes the case then maybe, just maybe the deeply embedded (over 200 years) racism in this country will lessen. But, maybe not. It's embedded in all aspects of our society (schools, jobs, housing etc.). It's hard to unwind over 200 years of institutional racism over night.
And maybe we'll never get there. But I do think we see less racism in younger people these days. Some day when two people apply for a job or an apartment rental and one is named John Jones and the other is named Jamal Jones there won't be any discrimination for one of the names.
As I said before, one can only hope.
But what is ignorant is trying to tell another race how they should act without having any of their life experiences.
Do you remember the different reactions from whites and blacks to the OJ Simpson verdict back in 1995? The black reaction (happy) was because of years of mistreatment by the LA Police. The white reaction (bewildered) didn't have that same life experience with the same LA Police, so they looked at it thru a very different prism.
The differing reactions to the OJ Simpson verdict is very similar to what you see here. Whites have a very different reaction than blacks. Why? Life experience. Just as whites could not empathize with how blacks felt back in 1995, they lack that same life experience in how blacks feel about the issues brought up here in this post.
20 years and the divide is still there.
Maybe racism will always be an issue. Maybe as humans we're so hard wired to tribalism that we'll never shake it.