Again, poverty is caused by many things. Racism is one of those things. And not all poor people are poor because of racism.
Racism causing poverty is a too minor of a factor due to the many policies limiting discrimination and enacting affirmative action. As such, claiming that poverty in black communities is caused by racism is an explanation that ignores the scope and the various factors affecting it; As such, it is not a factor that is worthy of taking into account since at best it would account for minor individual cases that can be counted in great ease.
As such, no, your premise and narrative are wrong.
If not, you must then be arguing that racism is not one of the causes of poverty for black, Latino, and indigenous people.
I am arguing that, because all these groups are minorities, all while a majority of the population is poor.
If we considered that each every single minority member is poor, we'll be short on filling the overall poverty count.
If racism is the cause, or even one of the main driving causes, then the number of poor people would be far less in the US.
Quote the evidence that supports your claim.
Half of Americans are poor.