Thanks for your response Dennis and apologies for the rather puzzling question.
what specifically is your question? Tell us the details and we will be happy to help.
There is a group specifically dedicated to African American Genealogy
I don't know who tolerates racism in your offices, but please, be mature and don't bring it here; Stop assuming my family is "african-american" without proof. From my parents back, on my fathers' side, are all 'choctaw' Indian and I need you to revert all the unnecessary changes you made. Purposely whitewashing and contorting history has been done for way too long. Tikba ihiya mih k issa. Stop doing that. Feel free to call your own relatives "african-american", not mine. So issa, micha chi haklo la chike.
This post was instigated by User15917837955393323917, who seems to be quite happy with the response.
How do you work out that anyone was being racist here - in assuming your family is "african-american"?
If your comments relate to a FamilySearch record that implies your family's origins are African American, when they are not, you should raise this as a separate issue providing full details. Hopefully, your complaint could then be investigated and addressed. Raising your point here is confusing and unhelpful.
@rbullock2018, not to pile on, but when you say "I need you to revert all the unnecessary changes you made", who is the "you" that you believe you're addressing? Also, "unnecessary changes" where, in what part of FamilySearch's vast sprawl of website?