If there is one thing I noticed while I was in America. It was how much people actually use racist comments. I mean even my boyfriends sister-in-law would say something like "wow that's white stuff right there" something like that. There are lines between what race can benefit more from aspects in life. Even when there was a female fight outside on the street, my boyfriend was worried about me watching because I was white and I might get caught up in all.
In honest opinion about living in America - Sorry but hell no, I won't fit in all, and I don't even want to try to either. If people are always going to make snide remarks just because I am white British female living in America, then I would rather not bother even trying with all the hassle and mental problems it will give me. I would rather live here in England, where I know I won't get people from other races trying to patronise me just so they can say I was the one being racist. At least here in England, I know where I stand and how things work without getting people commenting on my accent, taking the mickey out of it and then commenting on how white people are up themselves.
Here in England, you don't very often see a coloured person complain about being going to a school where white people are more dominant. There isn't any limits as to what race you are to get more benefits or even when out looking for a job. They are all equal as every one else. Of course, there might be some form of bullying, but most of the time, its just popular kids hounding the geeky kids because they want to look tough.