Military and civil resistance by Native Americans has been a constant feature of American history. So too have a variety of debates around issues of sovereignty, the upholding of treaty provisions, and the civil rights of Native Americans under U.S. law.
One of those varieties is black racism, which, as it currently exists in the United States, is rooted in the notion that African Americans are justified in hating (or even harming) white people as a form of reprisal for the latter's historical, and continuing, transgressions against blacks.
Racism In American History - National Review
In 1995 Sharpton in Harlem, New York, where a throng of black picketers — under the watchful, approving eye of Sharpton – shrieked that a cabal of “greedy Jew bastards” and white “crackers” had been mistreating them.