Though white people get up in arms when crime rates go up, they're not typically victims of said crime -- at least not in large cities.
Philadelphia's newspaper of record, the Inquirer, has a powerful graphic element that demonstrates this quite forefully. It's an interactive map of the city that shows murder victims by race, age, gender, and time of day. The victims are represented by red dots on the map, which is divided into neighborhoods. If you click on white, female, aged 26-40, you see three red dots. If you click black, male, same ages, you see 144. It's a stark reminder of who crime really impacts. There's a similar map for shootings.