There is no place for racial hatred in the kingdom of God.
Christians are creationists. We believe that God wrote through His prophet Moses. Moses revealed that God created one original man, named Adam. From that one man all other human beings descended, from every tribe, language, and nation. We are all of one blood. This is why in reality there are not multiple races. There is only one race -- the human race.
Christians also believe in redemption. As the apostle Paul wrote, there is in Christ neither Jew or Gentile, bond or free, male or female, but all are one in Christ Jesus. Everyone is a sinner, any who become saved are saved by the shed blood of Christ, and by grace through faith all become equally the children of God. There are no inferior or superior bloodlines, in Christ.
Blacks are not Black because of the curse of Ham (Genesis 9:20-27). God cursed Canaan, identifying him with his father Ham. This had nothing to do with skin color, but for Ham and his son looking upon Noah's unconscious nakedness and then dishonoring him in the streets. The seed of Canaan were the Canaanites, not Black people. The Bible also doesn't say that Noah's curse extended to anyone beyond Canaan himself.
God requires equal treatment under the law. God hates unequal measures (Deuteronomy 25:13-16). Prejudicial treatment of others based on their skin color or nationality, is sin.
It takes work to overcome prejudice. Americans are not the only people in the world with this problem. Africa is torn by tribal conflicts. Native tribesmen kidnapped and sold other Black Africans to the Dutch as slaves. Japan treats mixed-race children badly. Spanish-descended Mestizo Latins look down on the native Amerindians. Tribalism is a universal human problem.
Christians ought to do better, and set a better example. The issue isn't whether or not a person from a different tribe is our neighbor, but how can we be a good neighbor to everyone? (Luke 10:25-37).