Well, at least we understand each other a bit better, since I really didn't know what you were referring to until you blocked it in quotes. To put it another way, I've never had any racial issues at all from any other melanomic pigmentation than from those on the darker scale of brown. Not from Hispanics, Asians, Pan-Europeans, Middle Easterners, but a lot more than none from those of African or Carribean ethnicity. To be blunt, the only times I've been called racial epithets have been from the mouths of African-Americans, and never for anything I said or did. It was always based on the color of my skin.
Now, normally I just shrug it off and go about my own business. However, those who live in glass houses shouldn't throw stones.
And yeah, I did tie it all into Dr. King. Rosa Parks was an instrumental player in the Civil Rights Movement, but it was headed by Dr. King who in his famous speech said 'judged not by the color of their skin, but by the content of their character'. So to those few, who just happen to be African-American, who toss slurs my way based on my skin color, I can still desire the same they desire, to be judged on the content of my character, and not by the color of my skin.