I've lived in Vancouver, Canada, all my life. I would say I identify most with British Isles ancestry (half english, quarter scottish, quarter norwegian), which make up less than 36% of Metro-Vancouver's makeup. I also identify with either upper-middle class or upper-upper class (depending on which side of the family I'm identifying more with - one side is land-owning nobility from Europe). Those being factored in, I feel particularly blind to racism. I don't see it, in a usual sense. I know a lot of jewish executives who prefer to hire family. I know a lot of asian executives who prefer to hire family. Same with arabs, wasps, italians, ad nauseum. That would appear as groups racially tending to their own, even if much of it is simply nepotism.
I know when I choose managers and directors in the future, familial ties will strongly tie into one's success getting such a position. Race will not be a factor to me, but somebody looking from the perspective of race would probably perceive a racial bias. Reality's bias is such that most of my extended family are wasps, so I dismiss that it's a racial bias.