One of the reasons I was attracted to the Org in the first place was because I bought into the whole racial equality doctrine that I thought existed in the Org. It is professed anyway, and may even be a bit better than in some other Organizations, but it is not unheard of.
Years ago i was quite upset by a Thurs night meeting part a sister gave where she was talking about marriage and how young ones should take their parents advice on chosing a marriage mate. The example she gave was of a young white sister who fell in love with a young black brother, but she took her parents advice and didn't marry him. That was a very strange talk.
At a meeting once I heard a man from the south give a comment on racial equlity and he was telling the story about when he lived in the south when JWs used to be segregated. After awhile they were instructed to integrate the congregations and he said at the time he commented..."Well, I guess if you have to meet with the niggers we have to meet with the niggers". His comment shocked me...It wasn't that he had just used the "N" word, but it was his attitude towards non-whites--I found the manner of his comment to be crude and dehumanizing.
Closer to home. My daughter who was never baptized married a non-JW man of mixed race. He has dark hair and skin and she is fair-- they make a darling couple. The elders in my congregation were unusally opposed to the marriage, being that my daughter was not a JW in the first place. I sensed it was racial when one elder commented that he had seen my then future son-in-law and said to me "She can do better than that !" I had never talked with my son-in-law about this, but he told my daughter that he also sensed that they were racist by their reactions to him. Granted they could've just been opposed to him because he was not a JW, but hey isn't that a form of racism itself? If you think about it--in this way we could say JWs are prejudice against people in the world--after all they are the ones who are claiming to be of the superior race...