I referenced the following "Huff Post Black Voices" article in Part I : ("When the Media Treats White Suspects and Killers Better than Black Victims". The writer is Nick Wing, who appears to be White in his media pic. His list was comprehensive, but he showed an ironic bias when reporting his fourteen examples of contrasting White and Black news stories:
He only referenced three of the fourteen Black victims by name, opting instead to leave generic descriptions, like "a man" or "the victim". Readers must follow links to associated news stories just to figure out who the victims were. In contrast, Wing included the full names of every White suspect.
Racism is a sneaky beast that's often expressed subconsciously, regardless of someone's good intentions. White privilege grooms White people to become addicted to self-importance. I believe all Whites are prone to falling asleep to the mere presence of non-Whites, and by extension, to non-White needs and considerations.
A final note: While Huffington Post features thoughtful political and social content, I don't think articles about White racism in American media should be isolated within a "Black" section of a politically liberal website (like "Huff Post Black Voices").
Segregating a website by ethnicity, and then placing features about White-instigated racism there, sets a tone: "You and your Black problems will be voiced over there, so the rest of us [who are too often the cause of those problems] don't have to hear about it."