I know for a fact I'm not racist towards African Americans, yet many of my blogs include African Americans. I can't speak for "all of them", but I can tell you what I'm thinking.
As a woman of color who is first generation in America, I am no stranger to struggle and the ugly existence of racism. Part of this experience is the obligation I have to my family and my race to improve my standing in the American society. In other words, it's important my race rise above the obstacles that stand in our way.
I have witnessed the Asians, the Latinos, the Indians, and many other races rise above these obstacles. One race, however, that to this day is struggling is the African American race. As 12% of the population in this nation, I would imagine reputation is priority number one within the race. But, it's clearly not. 50% of that 12% is incarcerated. And the last consensus shows the population growth rate equivalent to the death rate. This is the first step to extinction. And the equivalence include African and Jamaican immigrants. So the extinction trend has already started.
So when I write about African Americans, I'm not really writing about African Americans. I'm writing about a group of people, (I could care less about their race), who just can't seem to crack the code. And when members of races who have cracked the code try to advise them or give them constructive criticism, the African American race raises the RACIST flag...reread your question.
Thanks for the opportunity to express.