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  • - Man, there were so many incredible

  • super diverse movies last year.

  • - Hm - Diverse movies?

  • - Yeah, like Moonlight, or Lion, Hidden Figures and Fences.

  • Movies that didn't like just feature white people.

  • - Yeah

  • - So interesting, I never really thought about that.

  • - Really?

  • Even after the whole Oscar so white thing

  • and all the articles written about it?

  • - Call me crazy, but I just don't see race.

  • I guess I'm just the least racist person here.

  • - Okay

  • - Race is like often like a pretty obvious thing to observe.

  • It's not like racist to notice.

  • - Ha, I had to laugh!

  • Zach, oh my goodness, I only see one race.

  • - Ugh

  • - The human race.

  • - Such bullshit.

  • You're only telling yourself that

  • so you don't have to think about racism

  • or confront your own prejudices.

  • - No, I'm not prejudice!

  • Okay, I don't even judge Scrap for being a woman!

  • - I'm a man, Katie, you know that.

  • - No, honestly, I just guessed.

  • This is gonna sound nuts, but I don't see gender

  • and I don't see sex, I just see people.

  • - You don't see how men and women look different?

  • - No, I just see like shapeless blobs walking around.

  • - Okay, and if one of those shapeless blobs were pregnant,

  • you would then know that it was a woman.

  • - To me it could just be like a heavy set man.

  • - Mmm

  • - Who has like a big watermelon stomach

  • - Mmm

  • - Okay, I just am so committed to equality.

  • I'm just a good person.

  • - Unless you're blind you can tell

  • that people have inherent differences.

  • - Oh, I wouldn't know if I was blind or not

  • because I don't see disabilities.

  • I'm not a monster.

  • - So, if someone were in a wheelchair, you wouldn't

  • be able to see the wheelchair?

  • - I have never seen a wheelchair.

  • - You've never seen a wheelchair?

  • - I don't know what a wheelchair looks like.

  • - If you, if someone were in a wheelchair,

  • you would not install a ramp in your building?

  • - I would refuse.

  • - What if someone was missing a limb?

  • - It's perhaps tucked under their little butt.

  • - If someone were deaf.

  • - Talk to them as if they could hear.

  • - [Scrap] Why are you so proud of yourself?

  • - Okay, well, here's a thought, maybe you don't get it

  • because you have less experience on earth than I do.

  • - Experience? We're all older than you.

  • - I'm sorry, but I don't see age.

  • - Oh, come on!

  • You're telling me if there was an old woman

  • and a baby you wouldn't be able to tell which one's older?

  • - One of 'em's called an old woman.

  • It's in the name, Katie!

  • - No, because I believe in equality

  • and I believe everyone is the same age.

  • - That's not what equality means!

  • - You have two older brothers.

  • Can you at least acknowledge that?

  • - Yes, and I believe both women are my same age.

  • - Oh my god, what about your parents?

  • How old were they when they had you?

  • - I think they are both ageless

  • and every age at the same time.

  • - Jesus Christ, Katie, what else can't you see?

  • - Pretty much everything. Baldness, for example.

  • - So Bruce Willis!

  • - Is he bald?!

  • - He's famously bald!

  • - I had no idea.

  • - Katie, why are you doing this?

  • (mellow music)

  • - Ugh (hands hitting table)

  • - Guys! Come on, okay!

  • I just want to be able to do and say whatever I want,

  • whenever I want, and I don't want

  • to have to think about the world's problems!

  • - That actually sounds pretty good.

  • I mean, I guess I can understand that.

  • - Good way to live.

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I Don’t See Race

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    Kristi Yang posted on 2017/04/18
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