I was in a room with black people I think a lot of them were my age (28) and Oprah was asking questions to the audience about black suffering in America and I stood up to the mic (it looked like old school 90s Oprah not current Oprah although the audience was set in today’s times) and said it’s not hard to be black in America today etc. the audience was silent some seemed to understand me but others and probably most weren’t happy with what I was saying but they were silent. I said something like “facts don’t care about your feelings I have the stats for everything.” One black guy got up and started to talk about why Jesus wasn’t real or something and I said “I’m good at apologetics you don’t want to argue with me about Jesus.”
The scene changed and I was at a college campus and and I was walking toward some stairs and this group of black men wearing red were on the campus having a meeting and speaking into a microphone about black struggles in America. They greeted each other. One young black guy was doing a poem about how hard it is to be black in America everyone on campus could hear this gathering and see it. Some people were watching it intently. This white guy walking behind me was talking loudly so I could hear about how it’s not fair how blacks can have clubs and do their own thing etc cause whites couldn’t do that as I was walking up the stairs I was annoyed by the white guy behind me and what he was saying but I was also annoyed with the young black men on campus talking about how hard it is to be black in America because I don’t agree that America is the same racist place it used to be and I was tired of hearing black people say this.