An interesting premise, the movie has too many respectability politics for me to enjoy the message. It's a harmful idea to try and make people befriend people that literally them to have less rights.
There is nothing progressive about having to be friends with a person that doesn't respect your existence.
It's interesting that he's devoted so much time to this process, and has changed the minds of a couple dozen people, but forcing people to try and build connections with violent racists, is not only dangerous, but massively harmful to someone's psychological well being.
This documentary also glosses over the murderous past of the KKK, making it seem like a group that just gathers together in hoods to talk…