I don’t think Skin pigmentation has anything to do with it. Of course, everyone is different.
Anyway, I think education and learning enviorments play a larger part. It’s a general fact that minorities as a whole grow up in more dangerous neighborhoods with lower-budget schools. A lack of education, a need to “fit in” and get “street kred” leds to ignorance growing up and it only re-enforces into younger children.
Generally, white children tend to grow up in middle-upper class neighborhoods more often, but that’s my 2 cents. Another big part is parenting style. Conservative/Minority families tend to be more physical in controlling their children, which backfires.
I feel grateful I always grew up in a nice area, and my parents never laid a finger on me.
It’s all about growing up. A child from an upper class neighborhood will generally be more civilized and non-violent than one who grew up in a dangerous neighborhood, w/ poor grades, listens to extremely underground rap music and frequently visits WorldStarHipHop.com; a site that once featured music, is not the epitome of ignorance and violence amongst youth.
(Fun fact: Your IQ goes down by 1/3 of your current amount every time you go on that site ;3)