Some black teen girls assaulted some white teen girls, apparantly for no reason other than that offered by a shout reported of "I hate white people!" Less clear: if police arrested the correct group of girls. Question: what is more frequent these days in the US:
1. White-on-black hate attacks (up until years ago obviously this dominated".
2. Black-on-white hate attacks.
3. Hate attacks not involving whites.
I suspect that 3 is the winner, and the data seem to show that blacks not only commit 90% of all black/white violent crime these days, but also double the per capita black/white assaults classified as "hate crimes."
In any case, racial violence has become a rarity. Most Americans, I reckon, will never even know a person who, since 1985 or so, has experianced interacial violence, much less racially motivated violence. This story made headlines because of this rarity.