It does sound like it is, but at any point in life it isn't really hard to move places or to acquire new work. If your family was with you, your parents or grandparents would've known this already and settled in an area that is more accepting of your ethnicity.
It's an additionally good idea because racism is almost inherent, it's why the justifications for racism are often null (i.e black people do more crime but in reality only 20 out of 100,000 blacks are criminals, arabs rape, etc), and is rather based on an instinctual dislike of certain people. Over time in life, you start to realize this on your own so it's nice if somebody tells you how it is. I'm a southern european and asians ask me if my nose is broken (I have a roman nose with the crack in the middle), ask me if I drank alcohol, often angrily (I have a fruity smell, it's very apparent in people of my race), often talk passively-aggressively to me and so on, the common denominator in my life for aggressive behavior against me has often been race before truly what I do, many people I know know this too.
I do advise that in the near future, if your obligations can be changed (i.e you aren't currently enrolled in a school), you should start taking steps in the direction of moving to where you will be accepted. I don't know of the situation in Norway, but upper class immigrant neighborhoods are good ideas. A good example for the US would be a rich ethnic person choosing to live in Brooklyn instead of Manhattan due to the higher amounts of ethnicities that may be similar to the person.