I honestly would consider it a cultural thing and not a race thing.
The one critical thing missing from this sentence is honesty. It is utterly dishonest to imply that the links between race and culture are anything but deep and complex.
You see a lot of religious and family values with a lot of Africans.
Curious, isn't it, how those values bear little or no resemblance to Christianity.
Criminality is being promoted by rap music. Criminality is being promoted by women fornicating with criminals.
This is ludicrously parallel to saying that bad neighborhoods cause crime and good neighborhoods lead to civic order, as if the land itself is somehow either cursed or blessed and as if criminality is somehow separable from people who commit crimes.
Moral corruption is being promoted to African-Americans and has been for a long time …
Moral corruption is promoted to everyone, but blacks, Jews, and the Third Worlders currently invading the West lead the pack in their embrace of corruption in all forms.
If you hang around people who just came to the US from Africa and African-Americans, you can see things are very different.
This nonsense is tenable only if everything you know comes from television, a truly satanic instrument of deceit, and the mainstream segments of the Internet, which grow larger every day. People who actually have to interact with Africans see firsthand how they are turning this country and Europe into hellholes of ignorance and savagery.
Ninety years ago, Evelyn Waugh documented what conditions in Africa were like, and there hasn't been an iota of moral, cultural, or social improvement since his day—rather the contrary, in fact.
Ultimately, we as human beings are determined by free will and not biologically determined.
It is precisely because this sentence is largely true that your attempt to whitewash the behavior of US blacks and Africans by denying them the moral agency that other human beings are endowed with is simply disgusting.