There are IQ differences between races, but it doesn’t really matter since interactions are usually based around individuals rather than group averages. Then there is also, IQ tests are fundamentally flawed from the get go.
QED, you can find a black person who is smarter than the white average. White society isn’t really a utopia either, so comparing it to black society is like debating between poop and piss. Either one isn’t gonna really overall be a holy grail of living, there will be a different set of drawbacks to each culture. Black society is more masculine and white society is more feminine. Both have obvious drawbacks to the culture, overly feminized societies will tend to have less empathy for celibacy, whereas overly masculine society will be less orderly and have less tolerance for deviance from the established norms.
Then there is the question, does IQ even matter?
IQ is not everything, yes Asians have the world’s highest IQ but their societal structure is not very good, China even censored Animal Crossing from their games list, Japan is not much better as they enforce rabid social conformity and lately there are reports their legal system is corrupt and likes to prosecute innocent people as guilty. They also seem way too capitalistic and focused on greed and hard work.
As far as police brutality goes, it is bad no matter what race. The media doesn’t cover stories about the many white victims of police violence, so police are becoming too powerful and given military grade equipment and weapons. They are preparing for a global police state. It’s not really an issue of race, police abuse whites as well but the media doesn’t cover it. In my opinion, police should go back to the Andy Griffith days and start to decrease the irrationally aggressive behavior. (I believe police should be less physically aggressive, but as a society the average citizen ought to be more physically aggressive against bullies and similar types of people.)
My final opinion is that prisons are inhuman and cruel punishment, at least the quality of prisons should improve but human nature is human nature. Humans tend to ignore the true causes of criminal behavior and prefer punishment rather than understanding, compassion and rehabilitation.