Working in a university, one of the most frustrating points that got brought up was in the video of the Native American children who were abducted and placed with foster families. The idea that there is the white standard against which all other cultures, values, and standards from people of color are judged. This implicit belief that white is right makes it nearly impossible to argue with some people about how different institutions or systems are racist in their very construction. Black students that I interact with regularly express frustration when their professors insist that a paper or project wasn't turned in, when there is proof that it was. Or the calling out of students of color to explain their experiences or identities. This treats their existence as a spectacle at best, or a crime against nature at worst. When one argues with the white instigators, the usual response is incomprehension, as their education and belief system is based upon the systemic white is right premise. Because they refuse to understand that values change depending on a variety of variables, they will only see the calling out of racism as illogical or incorrect.