It kills me when I hear people tell stories and they just have to say the race of the person involved when it has NOTHING to do with the story. It's usually 白色 people who have to say that the person in the story was black. White people never say that the person in the story was 白色.
Oh, and when 白色 people say "black"---they look around the room to make sure there is no black person around and then they whisper "black" anyway.
Because what I find is that "black" is used from one 白色 person to another to say something about the character of the person in the story. Like we are supposed to take 白色-person-stereotypes of black people, heard the person in the story is black, and then apply those 刻板印象 to that person. (Am I making any sense here?)