Overall this was great and also makes you think. I related the most to Amy because I'm Asian too. I grew up in the 80s and early 90s. I got all the jeers, jokes, taunts, teasing, songs, etc about being Asian from classmates and even friends. It was seen as not a big deal by them and even me. I didn't realize the racism and hate behind it until I was a teen/adult. I felt the same way as Amy, wished I was white a few times. My schools never did this sort of lesson and it's clear why, this kind of lesson can easily and instantly incite hate, violence, and worse that people may not even realize is in them. It was interesting how the students reacted but I felt a lot of nervousness for the upcoming minutes that it could quickly get a lot worse. A few racial slurs are said too so fair warning.
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