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"We've heard your concerns about last week's video. We made a mistake, and want to get better at earning the trust of our black audience,” posted the media company.

The video, which features Black BuzzFeed employees presenting questions that seem to perpetuate sweeping generalizations and inaccurate stereotypes, starts off satirical, but ends up looking like a bunch of people confused about the role racism plays in most of the questions, putting the onus on Black people -- not systemic oppression -- to answer.

After airing the comical and poignant '33 Questions White People Have For White People' expose, NewsOne Now's White-ish correspondent Tim Canalichio appeared on set to analyze some of the questions asked during the BuzzFeed video.

President Obama’s Cheeky BuzzFeed Video Promoting Healthcare Goes Viral President Barack Obama stars in a hilarious new Buzzfeed video promotion for Healthcare.gov, titled “Things Everybody…