I know folks in private and charter schools and not a single one of them is there because of the color of ones skin. In fact, some of them are African American and Hispanic so I guess they too are racist and not looking for other things like like a better environment, higher standards, more access to advanced classes, smaller class sizes or any number of other reasons people attend private or parochial schools.
And are you really saying that only white people can be affluent and that the color of ones skin determines their financial outcome?
I agree with your second line but we probably don't agree on "who" it is that wants that dependent, servant class. I can guess who you think it is and I would disagree. I think you need to look towards those making public policy, (elected officials) at all levels for who benefits from a servant, uneducated populace.
Having spent multiple decades in title 1, inner city schools I can tell you those folks were desperate for better schools but strapped into the building they were zoned to with no options. Vouchers would have given them a chance. Or charter schools.
One could argue that we are not providing an equal education now. And the question is, why is a teacher in the inner city not the same quality in suburbia even when the color of their skin matches?
Stopping making things about race when race doesn't have anything to do with it.