Terrific piece (a white person commented!).
There's a real danger that the goal becomes *identifying* ever tinier traces of racism, rather than eliminating the huge obvious chunks of racism.
I do understand that racism can be non-obvious, and identifying those instances does help. But I also find it concerning that on Medium (for example) I see far more articles on the omnipresence of racism than I do on how to actually address it.
I get, also, why people might be sufficiently frustrated or angry that they feel the need to write those kinds of articles. But ultimately, they're pretty much a dead-end street. Your kind of constructive approach is not just refreshing, it's the way forward.