The only thing I might include is other people of color in that conversation. My fiance is Native American, so she could tell you about the racism she suffered. Many of my friends are Latino or Latina, who's families lived in the Southwest even before the Mexican American war, and suffered racism to this day. Asian Americans have also suffered racism, especially during WW2 and the Viet Nam wars, and still to this day. Same with Middle Eastern Americans (especially right after 9/11). LGBTQ, also have never experienced equality.
The conversation right now is how the police treat African Americans, and rightly so because there has never been true equality for African Americans, but we should also remember the other folks who never experienced true equality, and also experience institutionalized racism.
We need to push for true equality for all because life is too short, and we can't rely on politicians to do it for us. I'd argue they want a status quo.