Black people always assume any engrained animosity is about skin color, but white people think it's about behavior. If a white person behaved the way that Michael Brown behaved (as described in this article) then I'd have stood on the sidewalk and cheered for Darren Wilson as they came to get the body. I'd have happily defended him from any mob.
There is no sin in being poor. There is no sin in being under-educated, or not having made the most of your life. And there is certainly no sin in being black. But there is definitely something wrong with the behavior described in this article by black people. They do not behave like people who have a stake in the society or like they want to make the world better. And I'm not just talking about Michael Brown. They behave more like the citizens of Lagos, than they do the citizens of Reykjavik. And having come from a poor background and receiving only a meager public school education, I do see a sin in that.
Black people claim that they act badly because they're treated badly, and white people say they're treated badly because they act badly. For my part, I know I have no control over how other people will feel about me. I only have control over how I will behave. Black America might want to think about that when the accusation of 'racist!!!" loses it's present power. And so long as the only requirement for being accused of being a racist is being born white, that most certainly is going to happen.