Good points of view go unnoticed most of the time during racial dialogue. Why is that? Because humanity cognitive abilities are theorized, determined by selective environmental forces that shape each individual soul living.
Its natural (under the present world order) for humans “designed” comfort zones, e.g. poverty, wealth, social class statuses, religions, nationality, race or color of skin differences to converge in conflict (violent or otherwise) in any given society when competing for limited resources under divisive barriers previously mention above. Individuals that unlearn socially engineered ideologies that are corrupt with evil intent or bearing injustice outcomes live their lives to change established authorized and recognized corrupt systems. Rarely these people become leaders of men, but at their deaths, they are honor by the broader society as humanly unique people, but this quality dwells in every person living soul.
It is my humble opinion, to undo or reverse this chaotic mess we call life would need a paradoxical size shift change in the cognitive thought process of “every” living soul on our planet.
This is why those void of compassion for their fellow man regardless of differences and circumstances are at awe at the “goodness” Mandela embodied on his release from prison in 1966. Everybody was looking to see a broken man, who escaped the hangmen noose, but humanity recognized and the world later witness was a complete and “almost” perfected human being.
Goodness for the sake of quantitative human goodness witness in the souls of humanity is rare currently. Most times exclusively attributed to the suppose gods, saviors and saints people bow down to and worship. It is really a wonderment in the midst of all the violence and human bloodshed by man-on-man when a person like Mandela, overcomes inflicted suffering at the hands of an unjust and designed (white supremacy) social world order the past 2000 years.