The U.S. is one of the least racist countries. It's not realistic to believe that racism will ever be eliminated in its entirety. There is a point of diminishing returns, just like with unemployment or poverty or anything else. You can continue to try to improve anything but to make it sound like it is a greater problem than it is is just disingenuous. There aren't a lot of people being unjustly killed by the police. Poverty among some blacks isn't being caused largely because of racism. Most current policies designed to improve the lives of poor black people aren't doing anything positive. Another government handout isn't helping anyone just as it never has had that effect. Racism isn't now the reason that anyone is poor. Individual actions are most of the difference between those who improve their lot and life and those who don't. It's got nothing to do with racism. Other black groups who come to the U.S. prosper, other initially non-black groups prosper as well. Everyone wouldn't be trying to come to the U.S. if the current narrative about a racist American were true. People who are encouraged to do something for themselves and who are held accountable for it, find that they lives improve. Those that encourage that what to see them succeed. Frequently they are called "racists" by those who whether they want to or not are keeping them right where they are. Cops aren't the reason that some poor black people stay poor, nor is racism in America a substantial factor. You are never going to have a society where no one ever utters some bigoted remark. As long as you have equality before the law, the results are what they are. That's largely determined by the individual. That's why, economically as a group Jewish people and Asian people out perform most other groups including white. That's not racism. That's individualism. Not everyone actually is the same. Some work harder than others. That's OK too.