As a white woman, it took me a long time to get comfortable saying "white people" and "Black people." We're taught to think it's impolite to point out differences, to talk about race. But by not acknowledging race and acknowledging how this country racializes non-White people, we are ignoring the very real lived experience of non-white people. I need to be thinking about my whiteness. While I don't have to (thus is my white privilege), I need to. I need to be thinking about my whiteness and how my whiteness and all whiteness impacts people of color. To the white folks in the video and to others struggling to talk about it, I would say to just keep trying, keep talking about. It gets easier.