I have no issue with it - if more generalised sites were less racist, then it wouldn't be needed, but unfortunately it is. Until the "majority" can learn to play nicely with minority groups, I think they do need their own space to feel safe, as unfortunate as it is. I would prefer it if this kind of thing didn't have to happen, but for the moment it does. I don't think its racist, although I completely understand where those who do are coming from. And while I acknowledge the irony of black people creating "black people only" spaces, if they feel its necessary then it clearly is.
Maybe instead of crying about how racist it is, people should try and make more inclusive sites and discourage racism from happening on them, so exclusive race sites don't need to be created in the first place?
I disagree with the notion that segregation, whether by choice or by force, can bring peace. I think the nations and peoples of the world need to unify and accept the complete triviality of their notions of "culture".
And I don't hold individuals accountable for the actions of their peers, especially when they're only "peers" because of their outward appearance.