I will number your ponts.
One Degree wrote:
1] Why do you think people will revert to beliefs they have given up? The fact you think only white people will do so is bigotry.
2] There are not many cases, there are very few. Quit believing sensationalism is reality.
3] Most people still prefer to live in racial and ethnic communities due to cultural preference and continual media sensationalism telling them we hate one another. We seldom get Black people in our senior community despite no one having any objections. Why is that? It’s not racism, because no one here cares.
4] It’s imagined racism perpetuated by Democrats for votes.
So, 1] Why do you assume that 'people' have all given up such beliefs? There are a lot more white people than Blacks, Blacks are already punished for doing racist things.
2] We, it depends on the meaning of the word "many". In most cases it means more than 6 or 7. However, I can see your point that when there are millions of interaction between people of different races every single day, then many needs to be more than 8.
. . It also depends on the meaning of "few". In most cases it means more than a couple and less than several; so 3 to 5. And again, here it needs to be more than that. How much more depends on .......... .
. . It suppose it depends on how you feel about the cops shooting people dead for no reason at all, except that they claim that they "felt threatened" or "they didn't follow orders fast enough". And then walking free as a bird and not even losing their job and being banned from being a cop or security officer ever again.
3] Not relevant to my post.
4] This is just your imagined opinion. Again I refer you to Black lives matter for more examples.