Evra was the victim of Luis Suarez's racist comments at Anfield two years ago.
The Liverpool forward was eventually banned for eight matches and fined £40,000 for his comments to Evra.
Yet the problem has not gone away and this week Manchester City midfielder Yaya Toure was at the centre of more controversy in the Champions League encounter with CSKA Moscow.
A UEFA investigation into the matter has already been opened but Evra is dubious about the chances of a solution.
"I don't think we will stop the racism," the France defender told MUTV.
"FIFA have to do something because every year we hear something about racism.
"Some people are so ignorant to still talk about black players.
"I am a human being. The colour doesn't matter. I am sad even to have to talk about it.
"I just want to make sure it doesn't happen again - but I don't believe it.
"I just carry on because I don't think it is going to stop."