I think what you are saying is broadly correct but we should not loose sight of the fact that there is still racism and it is often part of the experience of minority people.All propaganda campaigns start with a process to keep repeating social change ad nauseum as only a good thing and any evidence to the contrary and there is always a counter factual case is simply ignored. That process has to continue until everyone accepts the diminution of what you believe in and its removal to your own individual silo.
Then; you move into the next propaganda stage, which I would say showed up in the rather dystopian BLM/No place for racism hysteria and grown up adults kneeling for no other reason, than somebody told them to do it. We got a taste of that future and its the transfer from acceptance to overt celebration and anyone who challenges that narrative after this period will almost certain be acting unlawfully and my point is we are well on the way to hell, where that road has many false good intentions along the way that ask you to compromise your principles.
We also have to realise that t can be difficult for people who experience racism to not see it in everything that doesn’t go their way.
If I get stopped by the police I just assume it’s random or something about my behaviour has flagged a suspicion but it’s easy to understand why someone who experienced racism would feel that they are being picked on.
I think one of the difficult things for me is I have found myself second guessing myself and wondering if I am being prejudiced in my dealings with people from different communities. In one particular case I thought the person was rude, arrogant and unpleasant. I start to worry that I only feel like that because they’re not white.