I most certainly agree there is an anti-White bias. It is obvious. However,
there is also an implicit anti-Black bias, but ONLY against Black WOMEN & GIRLS, and it is strikingly similar to the anti-White one. I just wish more people cared about this disturbing fact more and acknowledged it
Racism has come a long way from what it used to be, and now the majority of the world accepts other people from other cultures and races. But along with this, a lot of anti-white bias has started developing because of the way they used to treat people. It's as if the tables have turned, and now white people are getting bashed for getting off their arses and working for the money they receive; where other races don't try and blame their unemployment on 'racist' employers. Yes, there is a problem with anti-white bias when they get bashed for working hard and being more 'privileged' because of it.
There is a problem sometimes with anti-white bias still. In this country we have changed a lot for the best and for the worst and sometimes these things still occur because we cannot see past someones color. When we realize we all blled the same and that it does not matter what color you are we will then begin to change.
Yes, there is a very definite problem with anti-white bias. Racism in America is not all one sided. There is equal resentment on both sides and it is getting stronger. It's very difficult when the media, politicians, and religious leaders perpetuate racism. They fuel the bias with inflammatory rhetoric that does nothing but build resentment.
Yes, there is a problem with anti-white bias, when children are told that they cannot wear American flags to school on Cinco de Mayo. Yes there is a problem with anti-white bias, when the black students can have a student federation but not the white students, or when the white student is rejected for admission.
"Anti-White?" Whites in the United States (US) are not being discriminated against or suffering from any bias in hiring, education or treatment by the legal system. The fact that "affirmative action" takes into account race, among other factors, in making selections is not a discriminatory action against whites. All you have to do in see who controls the wealth to see there is no effect from any bias.