Dave Chappelle put out a 30-minute performance in the wake of the George Floyd murder and subsequent protests.

This isn’t a comedy show. It’s more of a video commentary. It’s introspective and visceral and painful and, in some places, funny.

Chappelle’s anguish is palpable, and that’s good, because anguish is what Black people have dealt with for centuries. The only way for it to stop is if everyone quits congratulating themselves for “knowing” about injustice and instead collectively feels it.