How about just telling the truth about black dysfunction, rotten attitudes, violence and racist hatred against all non-blacks? Truth might be a novel way to begin the search for solutions.
Fred Reed discusses some of these forbidden truths in his essay "Black Power." He writes:
It is curious that blacks, the least educated thirteen percent of the population, the least productive, most criminal, and most dependent on governmental charity, should dominate national politics. Yet they do. Virtually everything revolves around what blacks want, demand, do, or can’t do. Their power seems without limit.Fred's essay was written just before the Ferguson riots last year, but everything he says is current and relevant. Do yourself a favor and read it here.