Nigger and nigga are two different words. When I read something online that's meant to sound like urban slang written like "Me and all my niggers was... [insert whatever else they fucking said]" I assume it's a middle class highschool and/or college student who's never been around a black person [well hasn't ever had a conversation with them]. They usually don't seem to know that "nigger" is usually said by white people in a negative way and that black people rarely [if ever] say "nigger".
Nigga is a little different. Personally it's still annoying. But It's understandable when that's just how someone talks. "Nigga, I ain't even mad." is something my friend Kevin would say in person or online.
Then online or off when someone calls me a nigger I generally see it as them desperately trying to get some negative reaction out of me for whatever reason. Such as a problematic kid who showed up to a party of mine. I told him he wasn't invited cause he's stolen from people I know and has a short temper and I don't want issues in my home. He called me a nigger along with other names. Personally I don't think he's racist as much as he was trying really fucking hard to piss me off.
Actually no. the racism still seems to be there. I wouldn't say it's a finite resource. People still follow me around in stores while I'm shopping more than they follow my white friends while they're shopping. White people still move their purse to whatever side of the body I'm furthest from when I sit down next to them. Servers still don't want me to sit at their tables thinking I wont leave a tip. All that is still there, plus people aren't very nice to anyone who appears middle eastern.
Before 9/11 it wasn't just blacks that got treated this way. And personally, in my experience, the rednecks aren't the worst. It seems the middle class suburbans are the worst ones.
I personally could care less if what race the charity is for. And I'm not easily guilt tripped into doing things. If I think I can make a difference and I like the cause, sure. This is just me though.
Others I've seen I really don't know what charity they do and don't give to. I know my older brother used to donate money to an african child and they'd write letters back and forth. I think it was mostly because that's just what's always on tv and that he wasn't very selective about the race and more or less just wanted a friend.