The Conversations about Race videos were all interesting and true to my perception of things. Being white the sense of guilt and the degree of discomfort in talking about race was familiar, it was the only video where the speakers had these really long pauses and were almost at a loss for what to say. A main reason whites aren't comfortable talking about race is we don't have a lot of knowledge about it. Any person put in a situation where they feel ill-informed will make them uncomfortable. White people need to educate ourselves and be willing to talk and to start a conversation. I think that's where I am, I feel like I'm OK being uncomfortable and talking about race - but I'm not quite so bold to strike up the conversation on my own.
The Conversations with Latinos also personally stuck out. My wife and I had a disagreement about how race was determined just a few weeks ago, and ultimately we agreed that it is a social construct. One of the sticking points in our conversation was Latinos and how they are counted on the census for race. It was interesting in the video to see this struggle with race, ethnicity, and really identity. I almost got the sense that the takeaway was, 'Why would I want to be put into any one box.' Which really is what race is, putting people into boxes.
All the other videos were really interesting too, would be happy to engage on them as well.