Read this about The Hunger Games Rue/Thresh contretemps that emphasizes the relationship between white and innocence. Then watch this:
Then spend an hour or so thinking about the world view in which a small 17 year black American armed with Skittles and an ice tea is shot dead because he looked "guilty." Was it, per Geraldo, the hooded sweatshirt? or was it a persistent racist language and culture that values whites and wishes blacks weren't?