It depends on who "we" are.
The BLM movement has divided us into two groups: one that feels justice has been righteously served and one that feels no justice at all. Freddie Gray was victimized only because he was a drug user and therefore not warranted the basics of human dignity to be thrown into the back of a paddy wagon to meet his destiny. Trevon Martin was walking along, accused of being black and shot and killed for it. Tamir Rice causes a lot of controversy because he had what would appear to be a weapon, only it wasn't. And he was a kid.
Poor Mr. Colin Kaepernick wants to kneel during the National Anthem but does so on company time, a pure slap in the face to any football team owner. Too bad almost every veteran will say it's what they fought for. Also, too bad that he really does suck as a quarter back or else the Browns would have picked him up already.
Due to the Civil Rights movement, all kinds of exploited peoples have come up in the course of discussion. Lately, the news has been geared to a woman's issues agenda.
For that not to be included of the rights of black people seems erroneous. The push back isn't because someone is black, it's because a segmented part of society feels threatened by everything and as such, all are targeted.