To be honest African Americans suffered much much more then their share due to racism in USA.
Exactly, "suffered." Past tense. There was a time when being black and living in this country was hell. The public schooling system here beats that into our heads at a very young age.
What the schools failed to teach my peers and I growing up was, "That was then. Don't be all vindictive today."
I can't see how I suffer today. I remember my senior year in high school when a scholarship was offered to me just because I'm black and I was thinking, "Okay, I earned this how?"
I've never had trouble getting a job because of my color. I've had problems on
the job because of my color, but that's an individual, personal thing. I don't hold that against a society.
I wasn't familiar with the 40% stat because I've never been in legal trouble, nor have any of my black friends, so there's an easy solution to that problem. Don't break the law. It's not like men and women where women can accuse men of anything and have them incarcerated. It's pretty hard these days for white people to convict black people of crimes they didn't comit.
For the record, I was talking more of white supremacists' situation when comparing them to MRAs, not their nature. Whether for good or for evil, we face the same challenge: Overcoming legally sanctioned hate toward us.