I'm a white kid from the suburbs of Iowa and when I first saw the show I was laughing for all the wrong reasons. In Iowa, it seems like racial issues don't exist anymore, but that's because I graduated with 700 kids, and 12 of them were black. We are so removed from it. In college,someone pointed out why I was laughing. The show then became an eye opener that led to a lot of new self-education. I'm not perfect, I'm privileged, and I hope others realize the same from watching.
Hi, while it’s good that you’ve come to realize that the reasons why you were laughing at the boondocks were problematic, I believe most white people are more like your former self rather than who you are today due to what you’ve come to learn