If you have the ability to register to vote in the first place, it should be just as simple to get an ID.
If you're not competent enough to get an ID, you're not competent enough to vote. It is not difficult, and it will help prevent voter fraud.
There are 5 types of voting laws; No ID required, Nonstrict Nonphoto ID required, Nonstrict photo ID required, strict photo ID required, and strict nonphoto ID required. this means that apart from the %36 of states that require no ID, At most you are required to have a photo ID before voting, (which is only 9 states) this is as strict as it gets and yet there is no way to discriminate against someone simply because of the laws. one could deny a ballot to someone based on race, but that would shift blame to the person, not the law
If you have to complain about getting a voter id, then that means you are probably doing something wrong.
Anyone, Not matter what race, Can get I. D.