Sure they are. Just look at the preceding post. BLM says it all the time. The media pushes the racist narrative a lot. America is objectively the least racist than it ever has been. It takes a distortion of the term and blinders to history to say otherwise.
Frankly, I'm sick of pampered millionaires who enjoy the fat of the land pretending as though America is a land of stark raving lunatic racists.
SJW-losers are pushing me to the point of dropping the NFL, and the NBA probably isn't far behind.
Nobody is saying that everyone in America is racist. That would be as ridiculous as claiming that no one in America is racist. Ignoring the issue isn't going to make it go away, and neither will punishing people (some of which have actually been affected by it) who speak out
I am wondering what you are using to measure the amount of racism currently in America and what was used to measure past racism? I observe a large amount of racism every day taking place in this country and have observed a large amount my whole life. I have not seen any objective method for measuring racism, please let me know if there is one.
Some would be:
Explicitly racist laws;
The prevelance of racist speech;
Societal norms toward racism (how taboo it is)
The representation of various races in popular media;
Whether the U.S. is "ready" for a black President
There are tons of others. I accept that there is racism and prejudice in America. I don't believe there is a credible argument that America is more racist now than in the 50s, 60s, 70s, etc., and certainly not before then.