Not only are the institutions of democracy - law enforcement, the Courts, the Executive, the Legislature and business guilty of sustaining racism, but also guilty are the many persons - those blatantly racist, the covert racists and some unsuspecting minorities coaxed by covert racists into accepting racist sub par means.
While blatant and covert racists may never change, minorities, after years of victimization and now being informed, are more capable to today to act in manners that will enable racism any longer.
Of all the racist groups, the stealthiest contributing to the persistent disease of racism, are the covert racists - those, who readily contend to and convince others that they are not racist by pointing to some sole random minority person, with whom they have had some form of relationship, or by recalling some agenda benefiting act involving a minority or two, to which they might have been engaged at some time in the past. Yet, these conniving folks employ few or no minorities and pay them less than white workers while offering fewer benefits.
The victims of these conniving intended racists are unsuspecting minorities, who by the nature of their willingness to be kind, are duped and coaxed into lowering the bar of equality by giving in to the racist mode of white supremacy. As a result, some minorities become unsuspecting willing enablers of racists by accepting lower roles of employment, lower compensation, housing and health care.
While it might remain difficult to change elitism, minorities must end their historical gullible acceptance to appeasing intended acts of racism from closet racists. And instead, minorities should insist upon equal employment, fair housing, adequate health care and just compensation.
Therefore, just as reforms of the institutions of democracy are demanded in order to finally quash racism, there are crucially important changes all minorities must forthwith adopt so as to end racism in the United States (US) and elsewhere.