"Imagine people with your colour eyes statistically committed more crimes."
Ok. That's easy. I'm Mexican, so we do statistically commit more crimes. I'm relatively light skinned, though, so in the winter I'm generally seen as white.
"But doors keep slamming in your face"
Ok. I support the right of voluntary association and don't want anyone forced into doing business with me.
"You apply for jobs you are well qualified for, but don't even get an interview."
Oh, so like when I was qualified and able to legally work, but nobody wanted to hire me due to limitations on my permit, and no desire to sponsor me as an immigrant?
Yeah, been there, done that.
"Eventually you find somewhere but they want to pay you less than your graduate friends."
Like my employer who demanded full time hours, but would illegally pay me part time, on top of paying a official salary a fraction of what citizens earned?
"And you can't take it anyway, because no one will rent to you."
Oh, you can find rentals. They just aren't always good ones, and they can be a ways from the job. Fortunately, we had decent mass transit. In another place we lived, we found a landlord who did month-to-month rentals, so he could kick out the problem tenants quickly. It avoided the issue of no credit and no rental history.
"Would you accept that as fair"
Yes, I would.
"would you want the law changed to stop it? "
Not at all. If anything, having gone through immigration, I want the restrictions tightened. I have seen so much fraud, crime, and abuse - those who would abuse the system and exploit it give us a bad name.
I understand when people blame Mexicans for higher rates of crime, because we commit higher rates of crime. Trying to legislate away reality is stupid.
"What would you do at that moment?"
Work hard enough and develop my skills enough to ensure that I'm a member of the professional class, where there is a lot less discrimination. Develop enough of a history that I can be judged on my own merit, move out of the big city, and build enough credit that I can buy a home. The banks only care about the colour of your money, and when you don't have a landlord, they can't very well judge you.
I also changed my name to something that didn't sound Mexican. It simplified things.
It's not reality's job to conform to my expectations - it's my job to conform to reality. I can't legislate tolerance, even if I wanted to.