This post is not football related, but I just want to say that this thread is a perfect example of the insidious and inherently evil nature of racism. Before heads explode, let me continue.
When one experiences a certain degree of hatred simply because of appearance, generally speaking, one of three things happen:
1) you can ignore it entirely and try to keep going the best that you can (this is extremely difficult, but guys like RG3 and Russell Wilson favor this approach to the point where they refuse to discuss the subject at all)
2) you can acknowledge it and admit that it has some sort on impact (a huge impact like the pre-1960s days or a more moderate one like the present day) on the lives of you and your respective people and still try to keep going the best that you can
3) you can let it absolutely consume your life to the point where you are almost as bad as the racists who negatively impacted your life in the first place. At that point, you become exactly like the people that you think you are trying to fight; "race" consumes you. Everything is about "race"; at that point you have crossed over into the dark side. You and the racists are actually batting for the same team (Team Hate) but are too blind to realize that.
That's the problem with trying to fight hate with hate; eventually you become exactly like the people you are fighting against. I'm not advocating the "head in the sand" approach; If there is a legitimate reason to call people out for racism by all means, call them out and let them face the consequences. But don't let it consume you