LW: What struck me about that scene is the way it shows how a white person (dare I say a white feminist?) can be angered by overt racism and still be complicit in white supremacy. That brings me to the scene of them being in the room together after dinner. I read her outrage with her parents as genuine. That uncomfortable confrontation was not necessary for the later plot machinations. It was a character moment. So I could see her being upset and uncomfortable with the conversation while still engaged in anti-Blackness. If that is in fact what happened, then it’s an even more damning critique of Whiteness. It shows how one can march in the streets, wear a t-shirt, share a hashtag, cry at a video, and still be anti-black at the core.