Calling Someone "White" Can Be Hate Speech
Inclusion is collaborative
Exclusion (as to race) is separative and racist.
The label of "white", used in a derogatory or defamatory way - is hate speech.
If you can say these things without assigning race, fine, but when you assign irredeemable, non-reconcilable negative traits to a race, it is only, and always hate speech, and exclusionary.
An example of hate speech:
Another example: (“The root of all evil”)
And the best example of racist hate:
If you want to quickly measure someone's sincerity about race, observe if they are using inclusive, or excluding language about race.
P.D., JAY V SHORE