If Jesus Christ as God wanted Christian churches to fight racism, then Jesus Christ would have emphasized that in the New Testament. None of the early Christian churches fought racism, because they were faithful and true to the Gospel of Jesus Christ.
Fighting racism being centralized in a church is against the Gospel of Jesus Christ. Look at the problematic logic in below video that has led America away from God and the true Gospel of Jesus Christ:
The above logic (in the video) is against the Bible because God never calls racism “sin”, but this so-called Baptist pastor usurps the position of God and calls it “sin” as if he were God Himself. This is the kind of pride and rewriting the Bible that some so-called evangelicals of today engage in. And this is crime against God. In other words, pastors like Rev. James C. Johnson are the problem of America’s Christianity.
Simply obey the Bible. But some proud men like Rev. James C. Johnson are incapable of being humble and simply follow the Bible. They feel the need to rewrite the Bible to be sanitized and acceptable for the world. And that is not what God wants. God wants us to simply obey the Gospel, no matter how offensive it may be to the world and to your sensibilities.
If you go to a church that is more interested in fighting racism, rather than converting people of different religions to Christianity (which Jesus Christ did command!), then you are not going to a true church of Jesus Christ. You should change your church and go to a church that is more faithful to the teachings of Jesus Christ.
The central mission of the Christian church is to convert Jews, Atheists, Muslims, Hindus, Buddhists, Kurds, and members of other religions to Christianity. This is clearly stated in the Great Commission.