If you want to fix the problem get to the root (cont'd) - what we have is a system that treats black people like children. It infantilises them.
There's no incentive for the black father to stay with his wife/girlfriend because the woman will get welfare cheques. Thus, black families are dependent on government help. I can't remember the exact stats, but at the time of emancipation about 70% of black families were two-parent; today that figure is about 35%.
So, that means approx. two thirds of black kids today in the US grow up in single-parent (typically the mother) families. Lack of a positive role model leads the kids into gangs, it teaches the kids to actively ignore authorities like teachers and cops, etc.
Social welfare programs have destroyed the black family.
Popular claims by establishment figures of 'systemic racism' also infantilises black people. How? - well it takes away any accountability on their part. Anything bad happens, a black person is unsuccessful at a job interview - that's 'systemic racism!', lol. Also, calling a society 'systemically racist' means society can't be fixed. An actual racist individual can be punished but vague claims of 'systemic racism' can't be fixed or improved. It's no surprise that BLM want to do away with current US society and replace it with some kinda wacked-out socialist utopia bullcrap.
It's a mess and needs to be urgently addressed.
Systemic racism is just a label, it has nothing to do with this issue. Sure, black people went to the bottom of society after slavery was abolished but how could it be anything else? And slavery itself isn't 'systemic racism'. All people of all colours bought and sold slaves. <--- know your history.