I am from India and I am not white. I have only once or twice in my life faced racism and it was easily dealt with. When dealing with people I honestly couldn't care less about their skin colour, except in medical matters such as rashes. I marvel at how guilty white people feel. It is genuine self hatred. They are destroying themselves and their civilization with this foolishness. A great article from Barbara Kay.
Remember the old Kermit the Frog complaint, "It's not that easy bein' green"? It's from a ditty about diversity, in which Kermit proceeds from self-doubt over the limitations of being green to the conclusion there's value in all colours and nothing gained brooding over identity: "I am green and it'll do fine...I think it's what I want to be."
But what if bullies had convinced everyone on Sesame Street that being green made you wicked? It would avail Kermit naught that green can be "big like an ocean, or important like a mountain" when set against greenness as the root cause of all other-coloured muppets' grievances.
Update. My friend Hugh sent me this.