2. I see no evidence of jerkish African Americans being held "unaccountable" for their behavior as a result of white guilt. And don't tell me about OJ Simpson, one man who got away with murder out of thousands of black men falsely accused and currently incarcerated for crimes that they wouldn't be in jail for if they were white.
Further, it's often the case that when one stupid black person does something asinine, all black people get this:"Black people" are quite often viewed as a homogeneous group, all liking the same things(like rap music:rolli, and sharing a common culture; whereas, whites are more often viewed as distinguished individuals with a wide variety of taste and interest, and accountable to only themselves rather than their entire "race". The only time that whites frequently encounter the later is when institutional racism is discussed.
I have a hard time believing that this society is afraid of offending African Americans, although I'm not denying that some individuals are, for their own personal reasons.