Ok, so as the writer of the article here are my thoughts...
I'm OK with changing the term if it add clarity, but I'm against changing
it just because it contains the name "black".
It's a color. There are black pens, marks, crayons, etc (as far as
reference to the color).
Blacklisting something (or someone) has a long history of use (at least in
English) which has nothing to do with race.
I don't see changing this particular article as a problem, but rather as a
stepping stone to a run-away issue for which there is no solution and I'm
not in favor of "cleansing" language to appease people who can't help
themselves from being offended even when there's no reason to be.