The freedom to think and the freedom to express those thoughts and the freedom to associate with whom you like and to not be forced to associate with those you don't are some of the most basic, most essential freedoms in the whole of human existance.
The US has...
...elected an African foreign national mulatto to the Presidency,
...had black Secretaries of State,
...black Supreme Court Justices, even though the Democrats fought the last one bitterly,
...black Attorney General, a tax cheat, even. But he is a personal racist and won't prosecute black thugs blocking access to whiteys trying to vote...
and we even have the occasional black dog or two, too.
Nope, clearly racism isn't a problem in the US, and who gives a flying **** what the UN has to say about the matter?
How many nations in the UN have selected leaders who are of a different nationality and race than the dominant majority of that nation? Certainly not a single white saltine cracker cracker nation in Europe can make that claim, so who are they to speak to us on matters of race? Should we heed the Japanese? How about the Rwandans, hmmmm?