Yes it's okay to laugh, as long as the comedian knows her/his/their racial equity stuff.
A few of my colleagues have been exploring the role of comedy in racial justice education and advocacy. The questions they are raising fascinate me and have me thinking too. What can humor impart that other means of commucation can not? What makes us laugh? How can we use comedy in ways that advance racial and other forms of equity while not perpetuating a "laughing at 'others' " culture? What does laughing do for us?
Below is one article and whole lotta clips to get you laughing, learning, questioning, and thinking. The common thread here is that these comedians know their racial equity stuff.
Enjoy, and please share resources you think would work well on this page!