Good try but still not on target.
To reach a conclusion, one must sort through facts, make choices of available info. That is given a series of facts, one must discriminate between them to determine if acceptable or non acceptable, pertinent or not pertinent.
Black people hate discrimination as a process because it can make them come up short in the decision tree. Then it does the most unacceptable of all. It destroys the assumption that all blacks are equal. Discrimination allows treating a person with a hoodie differently from one not wearing a hoodie. It allows one to distinguish between a male with his underwear showing above a belt fastened below his genitals with a person fastening his belt around his waist.
Blacks wail and moan about discrimination because and only because, the process allows elimination that results is selection of a likely criminal and that criminal happens to be black.
Profiling is discrimination in a decision tree that is ordinary and necessary, especially when narrowing down the list of suspects.
I try to use an analogy when possible. If a person was armed and walking down the Appalachian Trail when a bobcat popped out of the woods on the trail in front of them which should they do: 1) draw their weapon or 2) wait because this might be "one of the good ones"?
I'm pretty sure I know what the survivor would do.