Wise Son, I see you are trying your hardest to revive the old discussions that we held several times, for pages and pages. I'm not biting. If anyone is interested, they can refer back to the old discussions, where more than once I've responded to precisely the points you repeat above. I doubt anyone is interested, haha.
My objection is not just to one phrase, or one way of framing an issue, which I absolutely believe does evoke negative emotions and misperceptions, but rather to the whole thing of broadly making reference to "white people" or "black people" as we have seen done by those on the Right and those on the Left, and by persons who are black and persons who are white, with a broad negative racial spin. Or at least that comes across to me as a negative racial spin.
One way to test attitudes is to ask folks when they hear the phrase "white people" (if they are black) or "black people" (if they are white), does the phrase evoke an immediate positive feeling, negative feeling, or no feeling at all. Before the mind translates anything into words. Then to see how that positive, negative, or neutral emotion is translated into one's way of framing issues, and the like.
Just a thought.