These videos were very powerful.
I related to some of the white people. The thing is that as a white person I don't have to think about race. One of the Black women responded that she has so many layers that she has to think about: "You can excavate all day!".
Also, as an old, white man I'm represented all over media, culture, and society. I loved the story about the father of one of the women who's "father would painstakingly shade in the characters in the books". I'm sad that he had to do it, but I'm glad he did.
The conversations with black men/boys were very compelling too. I've heard about "the conversation" (but never had to have it myself). I cried when 10 y.o. Maddox said "I'm not going to hurt you." Of course he's not going to. But the fact that he needs to say and feel that is heartbreaking.
Finally, the blood quantum that the Native Americans discussed... I don't even know where to start with this. So many emotions: shock, shame, anger.
It's shameful the way that all POC have been (and are) treated in this country... and it's hard to hear folks discuss it. BUT thank you all for discussing it.