This is yet another of many examples of the way in which white supremacy operates at an international level. White people, as a group, believe in their superiority, and this is one way it is expressed.
I agree with Renee Cherez: there should be companies that cater to black, brown, and indigenous peoples.
Until white people as a group are willing to admit that their privilege reduces the equality of others, these behaviors will continue. As long as white people, as a group, behave as if privilege doesn’t exist — or that white supremacy is a thing of the past — nothing will change in these contexts.
How can a problem be addressed if the group of people promoting it won’t even admit it exists??
In fact, maybe all institutions — Fortune 500 corporations, the government, and the Ivy League feeders to these success stories — should have brown, black, and indigenous alternatives until white people as a group begin to acknowledge that their privilege always frames us, worldwide, as inferior.
With our own institutions, at least there is a chance we will be treated with something vaguely resembling the equality and opportunity which is significantly attenuated in white settings.