The various videos on conversations on race with different groups of people were very interesting. I could relate to the first video on how as a white person you don't always know what to say or how to bring up race because you don't want to come across as insensitive. The reference to being perceived as racists being someone in a white hood was very poignant because unfortunately much of the history we are taught says that racism exists only in extreme circumstances such as the KKK. The various perspectives of each of the videos taught me different things about cultures that I was unaware of. There was a part in the video "A Conversation Growing Up Black" when the younger children (age 10) said they wanted people to know they weren't bad or going to hurt them and they should be judged by what kind of people they are that just broke my heart. I tried to put myself in the videos and I was surprised by how much I could relate to 'white people' video because other than knowing I am white and checking that box on forms, I don't really think about race as it pertains to me but after watching the videos, I realize it is because I don't really have to think about my race as something that plays a crucial role in my daily life.