It sounds like the general gist is, if you are white, you are simply excluded or derided for being white in a place or crowd that is predominantly not white. If you are black you are typically talked about in a frame of reference of how you compare to the sterotypical black person that the media represents or how you compare to white people in society. If you are asian, you are either assumed to represent all of Asia and can speak all asian languages or people wonder “where you are from” even if you are most decidedly from the U.S. If you are Latino/Latina, people simply assume what your name is some generic hispanic name or that you must automatically speak spanish. Even the microaggressions are diverse. Interesting.