I agree with Hanna Rosin's critique of "10 Hours of Walking in NYC as a Woman". The video effectively makes the point that women are routinely harassed by men on the street. However, because of poor editing choices harassment is framed as a racial issue as the majority of men featured in the video are black or Latino. And after reading some of the YouTube comments (63K to date), some men self-identifying as white don't believe harassment on the street is a problem, because *they* don't do that! As one commenter argued:
"Did U notice that those who "harassed" her were mostly black low-life people? I mean U should be aware that there are many different people with different cultural or other differences in attitude or manners. U can't blame all men for that. P.S. I think they were "harassing" that girl because she has a fat ass which is considered as a beauty nowadays among this group of people."
Like Rosin, I remembered the earlier video by Jessica Williams on the Daily Show, which does a great job of illustrating the extent of the problem (using a map with pins!) by featuring men, both black and white and across various socioeconomic occupations harassing a diverse group of women.