Among the many, many errors in the #antiracist ideology of people like Ibram X Kendi, is the belief that racial inequalities are not inevitable.
Of course racial inequalities are inevitable — inequality is inevitable; and it is inevitable that the division between two unequal groups will include racial characteristics, along with a host of other attributes we never care to examine, but which, if we chose to use them as our criteria, would reveal height, weight, sex, hair and eye color income inequalities and disparities between people who wear wingtip shoes and people who wear sandals in their representation among corporate executives.
When you say that racial inequalities are not inevitable, you are implicitly saying that such inequalities are imposed, and not naturally occurring , or not the result of a complex set of factors; which is, of course, wrong.
There is also the fact that antiracism is exclusively concerned with Black and White inequalities, not, for instance, Black and Asian inequalities (which are far more pronounced). If Black and White inequalities were to be eliminated, would the next frontier be to achieve equality between Blacks, Whites and Asians?
As soon as you include a third racial category, the fallacy of this whole idea becomes undeniable.