You can chant "Black Lives Matter" all day long. You can bloviate about "white privilege" while the fascist police kidnap and murder people. But if you still support the criminalization of controlled substances, and don't make that your number on target, you're just an evil hypocrite.
The drug war is racist to the core. Racism is a state institution. If there were no collectivist state enforcing evil laws at gun point, racism wouldn't be a social problem, but an just an individual problem which the free market could and would "route around," just like the internet routes around censorship.
Racists are almost always in the minority. That's why they need to use the power of the state to make slavery or segregation viable. And as a minority, they are quite vulnerable to being shamed by people with morals, ethics and principles, instead of being protected by the state which exists in order to reject and violate morals, ethics and principles, because those are a hinderance to the sociopaths who always end up in control of the state.
Without the power and "authority" of state institutions that enable various strains and levels of racism, the organized, violent racists would have little to no power.