I'm not saying that black people aren't more likely to shoot people, because hell yeah! we are, which is not a good thing. I'm just saying that the meme didn't have anything to do with color. I wondered why you would bring up the color of the background, when in reality that doesn't matter. The color of someone's skin does not justify there bad actions, but the fact that they're human does. However, just because they are human, does not mean they get off with doing vile things. In both communities, there is a thing called colorism, which is not the actual term for it, but it's when your race talks about their own race. Being a black person, I can tell you firsthand that we do this all the time. Not me per se, but black people in general. They like to make fun of the fact that other people are darker then other people. When in reality, they need to ask themselves if that truly matters. I've also heard that white people talk about how "light" a person's skin tone in comparison to there's. Both are extremely wrong, but in one race particular (black) there are more deaths resulting from it. Obviously, some deaths are just from pure hatred, but some are triggered by black people just killing other black people. And it's not right, both sides. Both need protection, not from guns, but from the environment that influences their mentality.