You seem to think that mere pigmentation of someone’s skin gives someone a special insight into a life of discrimination and hardship?
First of all, if you are an AU student living in the US, a vast majority of the population of the professor Markovic’s country would switch with you in a heartbeat, and would take the skin color and everything. And you would be really surprised the kind of conditions “white privileged people” live in around the world, and that not all of them share the same scope of wealth or suffering. That’s actually true with a lot of white population who doesn’t and will not have opportunity to attend college.
I could guarantee you that the vast majority of the Ukrainian population of where I’m from would swap with you right this moment, skin color and all, even in spite of all oppressive conditions you think you live in.
So, please understand that just because you identify with historically marginalized group by color of the skin or ancestry, it doesn’t mean that there are “white people” who haven’t experienced greater suffering and discrimination that you would EVER face in the US.
So, have some decency to explore broader insight in this situation before being enraged and claim that no one could possibly understand what you are going through unless they share your skin tone.
There is certain course of actions that will improve race relations in US, and that kind of impudent attitude that you showcase doesn’t resolve anything. It will only enrage people who you are falsely accuse, and when enough of students like you do that, you essentially shoot yourself and other members of African American community in the proverbial foot, because no sane business owner or manager would want to keep tiptoing around these issues just to boast diversity. They will find some seemingly legitimate excuse, and then you won’t be hired, you won’t be getting those loans, and you will be perpetually screaming “racism” and no one will care. If you want to fix anything, then the best place to start is your attitude.
There’s right and wrong way to discuss these things, and you are going about it the wrong way.