You are probably old enough to remember the LA Riots in 1992.
There were Korean stores in these neighbourhoods that were attacked. They were hardly oppressors. The Koreans were on their roofs with guns shooting back.
This was almost 30 years ago.
I don't see how looting the stores in your neighbourhoods helps with making one less oppressed.
A lot of these black neighbourhoods in LA are now predominantely Hispanic.
Japan does an excellent job of that. The lowest paid people still make a living with benefits and retirement mostly and the well paid people are still well paid just more moderately so. It's called a genie coefficient I believe. Japan's is shaped like an hour glass with very few ultra rich or ultra poor and the united states is an hour glass ...or almost pawn shape...with almost everyone residing in the bottom, a vanishing or vanished middle and some few at the top.