This is not exactly the place for this discussion, given that it is the multicultural forum and is supposed to be a safe place for those of us with multicultural or multiracial families, away from racism 101, and bringing this here feels...squicky. But, I don't want to just let this hang, either. To me, and many others, "reverse racism" is a racist term, but not for the reason you gave. What you experienced is prejudice. It was likely the result of racism, but it was not racism. It does not have the power of racism.
I'm not going to respond anymore as it was pointed out to me that this is not the place, but I do want to point out that I did not go into details about what I have experienced... and I don't plan to (unless I write a book someday). I just threw a quote up as an example.