If it doesn't meet those conditions, it may be just as evil, viscious, hurtful, destructive and black.
Awe, I need to ask you to re-consider this statement as I am sure you did not mean to equate evil with race or skin color. Since the not-so-distant past of this country (and still to this day a surprising number of people) includes a cultural norm that black = evil, I think it's worth re-considering.
JoAnne M. Terrell, whose definition of violence I build on, is a womanist theologian and scholar who studied under James Cone and Emilie Townes at Union Seminary NYC. When she was 5, she saw her mother murdered and has a permanent impression of her mother's bloody hand smearing down the wall. It is this experience which caused her to examine violence and write some foundational material on the subject.
I highly recommend her book, Power in the Blood?: The Cross in the African American Experience.