That's mostly because other race who judge black people do it from the perspective that blacks are some how disconnected from everyone else......we are supposed to do better with no help from anyone else.....we are expected to be okay with racial profiling, we are expected to not mind seeing a lot of our people living on the poverty line, we are expected to be content in this country being considered second class citizens.....we can't complain, we obviously can't exploit the outlets provided to get of that situation, and we can't expect help......,most whites who judge us are racist......they are fine with the way the world is and how it became that way......so for any black to tell them the world is fu*ked up and why....they get this attitude like its not my fault Shaniqua has all those kids......but I'm reality Shaniqua is extremely intelligent and if given the chance while young could have been something better.....but her school was a run down pos and her neighborhood was filled lost broken potential.....where as the white person who is judging grew up I'm middle class and had access to the best school in the county........as race we can do better....but in order to do so we need money and funding.....that systematically is just not there....but ironically enough it is there for white suburban schools....that funding is there by the truckload.....how many of those I'm Chicago getting closed are schools attended by all whites?
Usually I think you just talk out your a.ss but I agree with what you're saying here, minus the race part. What you're talking about isn't racism, but classism. Your scenario actually has nothing to with race. A rich black person isn't gonna feel any more sympathy for the poor than a rich white person if he himself did not come from it. Being born into money/being sheltered from poor people is the reason why the elites of today are so disconnected from the working class. While this is due to race at its root, because historically whites have had the economic upper hand in America, race is not the immediate cause of the disconnect that we see today.
Honestly, there's no way to completely k!ll racism; it's just human nature to judge and generalize. But it sure as hell does not help that race is all Americans talk about today. If everyone just shut up about it, didn't talk to their kids about it, it's a problem that's gonna eventually die out.