Bigotry. The show brought me a moment of sonder, in a very important social context.
I'm pretty aware of my prejudices, I had thought they weren't so race based or deep. You probably know me as not at all that guy, and I am not. Authentically, but we all do for so many reason have moments of reflex. Mine aren't fear based at all, but I really got to think some about it all, and it was excellently presented.
Converted from me who hadn't seen it to me who had, and was glad to have shared the experience with the crowd. Almost most illuminating was EVERYONE ELSE there, and their experiences being had,. The house light are on for much of it, and parts of the show happen around you.
There are some intense moments, that are humorous, because they are so intensely not okay. But not forced or angering, just WHAT?
I could identify with so many parts of her experience that were not race based, and it really really offered a unique perspective there! And so much US Census history. So much.
Also, she is so engaging personally, and so very very human.