I'm a white guy who grew up in a predominantly black setting. My first major experience with racism was at a cookout, black kid (don't even know who) said I called him a nigger when I was 9 or 10. In that setting, there were plenty of black people (Caribbean, they didn't go for that hyphenated African deal) that acted "white", as in the hard-working people. Then I lived in a suburb with minority blacks and they all hung around together, in the cafeteria their tables were referred to as "Cafrica" - pretty sure the Chads and Stacys came up with this, and most acted "hood" except the couple that were just quiet and wanted to get their shit done, like they were black autists that played basketball.
I'm weary of black people 'cause I grew up around them, and most of it was getting picked on for being white 'cause "fucking whitey."