Yep. Now you get it.
Thinking/saying that you're part of the solution because you're not adding to the problem is a false equation.
It would be like a man saying to you, "I'm totally not sexist; I don't even hit my wife. If everybody treated women the way I do, sexism wouldn't even be an issue; therefore, I am helping to end domestic violence".
So because I feel that the officer was being racist is a direct result of my living in a neighborhood (try to find one in this city that doesn't have a high crime rate btw) that has a high crime rate? Not that he was in the wrong, but I am wrong for being upset with what he said and for living where I do?
When my children are not accepted into programs because of their color, it is my fault for having them in a city school where they are the minority? Not that myself or my kids are being profiled?
Is that what you are saying?