I prefer to think that Lyndi's doesn't think there can be any validity and justification for racism as defined in the dictionary.<quoted text>
Very real issues, huh? Funny how she declines to identify them, even though she rails about the 'very real feelings' they've engendered, in those who "...harbor less than favorable views of blacks as a whole..." (She's sure they have their reasons.)
Sounds like an apologist position, to me "....gee, we feel like blacks as a whole are inferior, because of A through Z reasons, and we'd like to address this in a brutally honest way, by pointing out how all blacks are inferior in as many ways as possible - but they won't let us do it, and when we try they call us racist to shut us up."
Pardon me while I barf.
Seems more likely to me it was just another attempt to spark a discussion along the lines she prefers. You know, "liberals, bad or worse?", something like that.