A Conversation about Race
Craig Bodeker’s film, A Conversation about Race, is available in a single, hour-long YouTube file. I watched it last night, expanded to full screen view, and the resolution was fine. It’s very good that the online version of the movie exists, because my DVD version kept jamming up. If you have not seen it, I highly recommend it.
At one point, Bodeker, commenting on his liberal respondents’ silly and indefinite definitions of racism, asks, “Can staring at someone really be compared to persecution? Can being overly friendly to someone be compared to denying them employment?”