I think that a lot of minorities are racist towards white people but when confronted for being racist they say only white people can be racist. I believe this is very incorrect and that believing that is a sign of ignorance.
I see what you're getting at. I agree that minorities may think themselves superior, but as Deray McKesson said, racism is about power, not just empty thoughts. I may wrongfully think that all white people are inferior to me, but they still have the supreme power.
the belief that all members of each race possess characteristics or abilities specific to that race, especially so as to distinguish it as inferior or superior to another race or races. That is the definition of racism taken right out of the dictionary. I do not see the word power. Plus black people have power now. Look at our president for example, Rap music is what is most popular, and whenever one is shot its national news. But when a white person is you dont hear anything.
Racism according to the Social Justice Warriors and other civil rights activists is power and prejudice. Prejudice alone, I agree with you, can occur in any race or religion. However, when it comes to power, black people (and Muslims, Hispanics, etc) are not empowered. Minorities are always the victims of hate crimes. Also, a Black president doesn't mean that black people finally have power now. Why is it that so far only 1 cop who shot a black person was sentenced to prison, but if it was a black person committing the crime the world will flip? If he's white he's insane, but if he's a Muslim he's a terrorist? If he's white he just committed a terrible crime but if he's Hispanic then he represents all Hispanics? Minorities are always underrepresented in all the industries, but when it comes to prisons they are the great majority. Black people make up 18% of New York's population but are 85% of everyone on Riker's (1). The laws disproportionally affects minorities in the United States. White people definitely have more power. The president being black does not mean that black people are more powerful now.
Also, you mentioned rap music being the most popular. First of all, that doesn't mean black people have power, and second of all, it is not. What is your source?