My image of African countries is very mixed tribes and skin colors. (To be honest my knowledge of African countries is almost none, let me know if there is something interesting!)
I don’t think Africans are racist. We were not raised that way and it is not part of who we are. Except we see ourselves as being threatened we are a totally welcoming and homely bunch. Africans love foreigners and compared to other continents, I think Africa is the least racist continent.
I don’t believe it is racism per se…maybe tribalism.
It is a very ugly trend. Most genocides and coups done in Africa stemmed from tribalism.
Between April and June of 1994, approximately 800,000 Rwandans were killed, all because of a tribal war between two groups in a SMALL COUNTRY.
Uganda is IN A WORSE SITUATION. I’ve come to notice that Africans are too conscious of material things like land, food and POSITION. It is a herd mentality - the stronger group will try and push out the smaller, weaker group. It is very sad.
Africans can be very tribalistic…look what South Africans did to foreigners between 2014-15, burning, lynching and looting properties.
The Nigerian civil war was also initiated by tribal sentiments.