Although it is likely true that prejudice resides in all groups to similar degrees, racism, by definition as a word ending with the letters "ism," is more than prejudice. Racism, as with all "isms" is a system (think capitalism, socialism, communism, fascism, etc). So to suggest that racism is a problem for all groups in roughly equal degrees, is to paper over the fact that not all groups have had, or have now, anywhere near the equal ability to put their prejudices into action, via systemic policy. BLACKS, FOR EXAMPLE, CANNOT RACIALLY PROFILE WHITES, DENY HOUSING TO WHITES, OR JOBS, IN THE WAY THAT WHITES CAN DO THESE THINGS TO BLACKS, BECAUSE BLACKS ARE RARELY IN POSITIONS OF POWER SUFFICIENT TO ALLOW FOR THAT KIND OF IMPOSITION.
-Written by a white man