I appreciate your response to the author. But I think you are missing something critical.
You advise the author to exercise racial sensitivity, but the content of the issue the author addresses in the film and what looks to be in the trailer of the series revolves around “racial insensitivity”.
At the end of the trailer, you see a bunch of white college kids dressed in black face or dressed as black stereotypes. The trailer never attacked white people as a whole, but the people that put on black face and dress as black stereotypes. These people think they may be doing something “edgy” or “subversive” but they are just continuing the trend of white people mocking black people by acting out the same negative stereotypes.
The trailer and movie discuss racial insensitivity and how it is viewed/used by people of varying viewpoints. How is bringing that topic to light being racially insensitive?