I'm not talking about acknowledging the difference between cultures. I'm talking about creating "races". Diving people based on their skin color and creating stereotypes following that. Using the video I mentioned before as an example: "Things Our Black Moms Would Say". This title makes no sense at all. The only thing a black mom would say that a white mom wouldn't say is "I'm black". Your skin color doesn't make you behave a certain way or say certain things. But the US seems obsessed with classifying people according to their skin color.
What? Races are real and they behave differently because of culture. They are different races because it's a nation of people who descended from immigrants thar came from different places in the world and we have new immigrants coming into the country. Each race is gonna have different experiences because of their culture and economic background. You don't know what racism is.
No, races don't exist. That is an antiquated concept. What exists are ethnicities, "a social group that shares a common and distinctive culture, religion, language, or the like" (http://www.dictionary.com/browse/ethnicity). Races are based on physical appearance, while ethnicities are based on behavior and culture. A black person that comes from Morocco will have a completely different background than a black person that comes from Mozambique. It makes no sense to say that both are of the same "race", and consequentially are culturally similar. There's no such thing as a "black race".
Yes, ethnicities behave differently according to each culture, but "races" don't. There is no "black culture". There is, though, "ambundu culture" and "berber culture".