I think you are projecting (as I described) your own focus on the color of your skin on to others.
This is incorrect for multiple reasons, not least of which is the idea that right and wrong are inherently rooted in bodily concepts of tasteful/distasteful (some can be). For example, I think it is immoral to cheat at games. Whether I am sitting across from you and you can see me, or if it's on a forum and you cannot is immaterial to that.Character is based on relative concepts of what is right and what is wrong that are indeed rooted in the bodily concepts of what is tasteful and distasteful. Therefore character is ultimately tied to the body can therefore be related to the color of one's skin.
Well there is an Absolute Morality.Having said that, there is a such thing as absolute character, but that is on the transcendental platform and is another discussion, beyond politics and racism.