Most of the coverage about the Oklahoma University fraternity Sigma Alpha Epsilon specifically focuses on the students using a racial slur do describe African Americans. Their gleeful singing about lynching is overshadowed by that Boogie Man — the "n-word." It's the sensational, sexy angle. It's also lazy analysis.
In much of the Muslim world, newspapers frequently run vile anti-Semitic cartoons depicting, for instance, Jews dressed as Nazis eating babies. Perhaps if Jews outnumbered Muslims by roughly 115 to 1 rather than the other way around, we'd hear more about those blasphemous drawings.
It's fine to say Sony never should have green-lighted "The Interview" in the first place. That's true of so much that Hollywood produces. The point is it did. And America is effectively giving one of the most evil regimes in human history a veto on our First Amendment.