This reminded me a lot about the Stanford Prison Experiment. How easy it is for us to become the oppressor. I am a white, heterosexual, upper middle class, cis, able-bodied Catholic man. Every single identity I hold has been the oppressor. And it would be so easy, just like these children, for me to give into that oppression. That is scary. That all I have to do is stop trying, and I become the oppressor. The bias I saw in the video was immediate and wrathful. I understand a little bit more with all of this why bias is so hard to overcome. The mere SUGGESTION of it by an authority figure created a system that drove them down in the dirt and drove their success down. I also appreciated her ending conversation with her students about the difference between the classroom and the real world. We are seeing that now. Our schools, cities, states, governments, business, etc. are putting out all these statements of support for our Black citizens, but what happens when the dust settles?