Robert Pinderhuze took a camera out to the streets of Harlem to try to find out why “people think the way do and hold prejudices the way they hold them.” He interviews a black man who says everything in his house is black because he doesn’t trust white people, talks to Jewish residents about Jewish jokes, and asks a white guy about white stereotypes.

The video is published by, a group that thinks America’s biggest obstacle in talking about race is that people are simply too afraid to do it. But with their smart satire, it almost seems easy.

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