There are many instances in the lectures, especially the last one, where it seems quite clear it is white society that is being address but that is not made clear. I think some of what is presented about "society's" reaction to various thing would be vehemently denied by Black, Indigenous and other People of Color. The general public is all of us, not just white people, and so using the term general public about how we take things in and think about them without saying the white general public is racist in itself. Yes, there is internalized racism but I seriously doubt that the things addressed to or about public or general public on most instances are true for most Black, Indigenous and other People of Color. Did anyone else notice that? It seems to me to be a common problem in all of the discussion going on everywhere . I think it is good to for white people carrying on about anti-racism and saying many excellent things to imagine we are speaking to a person or persons of color. I think the language would change.