Re: Would a black slaver or a concentration camp chief be controversia
You're right, Harry Belafonte, not Sidney Poitier.
PS I'm pretty sure that "subtle" is not right. There's plenty of subtlety in the denialism right now and importing it into a reversal would be both dreary and pointless. In fact, it might end up implicitly avowing the nonexistence of racism. But sensitive and clever is always desirable.
The people of this country need regime change here, not abroad.