As to the Preacher's comments on the actions of Blacks in Ferguson, MO destroying businesses and such, I've said pretty much the same thing. It doesn't help their cause at all any more than trumped-up political activism. "No Justice, No Peace" reeks of Jessie Jackson/Al Sharpton opportunist activism. Personally, I've never liked either of them. Regardless, the preacher-man makes a very valid point; I've been echoing his words for years. That's not to say there aren't instances of racism or injustice that takes place. Just that we (Blacks) as a people do need to take control of our own situations and point the finger less at others and more at ourselves.
Personally, I've never blamed anyone else for my shortcomings. I evaluate me and change what I can so that I can be better/do better. But that's always been me.