This article from the Telegraph illustrates how racism is often seen solely as a problem for people of color:
A white woman who claims she was racially harassed by “jokes” insulting black people has won the right to take her case to an employment tribunal.
Pat Gravell, 45, says that her former employer Bexley Council did nothing to stamp out the racist emails and text messages … Last September a tribunal struck out her claim, saying it had no reasonable prospect of success, but today she won the right for a full hearing.
You go, Pat Gravell!
Reminds me of how often I heard anti-black racist spew at some of my jobs. When I was eighteen, I didn’t know how to deal with it and ended up telling people my father is black.