Again, you misunderstand. There is no concern that D&D will influence people (kids or adults) to be more ok wit racism in real life. There is, currently, an ongoing and widespread problem with institutionalized racism in real life. Currently, D&D is uncritically echoing those attitudes and perpetuating harmful stereotypes. It should stop that.Today, it is a similar moral panic. Many think that D&D will influence people (kids?) to be more okay with racism in real life or with treating others differently based on ethnicity/skin color. Which, well, again... why in the world would how a fake orc in a fake world that you play in a game of make believe have ANY affect on how someone views another person in real life?
Same concept. Same arguments. Same fallacies.