I attended a production of the stage play Fairfield about a fictional elementary school's disasterous post-racial attempt to celebrate diversity during Black History Month. The play was not offensive but rather poignant. It ended in chaos with the administrators fighting each other, parents egging on their children to overthrow security and dressing up as the racist stereotypes that they were trying not to become during the First Annual Celebr-Ethnic Potluck and singing We Shall Overcome. There was even a speech by a former Black Panther that brought down the house highlighting just how much he was out of his time. It was a very funny monologue that reminded me of how distant segregation, civil rights, slavery and chivalry are in today's society.