...I don't want to make any assumptions, but this is the most White Liberal game I've seen in a while.
I'm really sick of ~why can't we all just agree to disagree~ narratives. I will not agree to disagree telling me that certain people do not deserve to exist. That is the obstacle to justice and progress, not extremists stirring up trouble and pitting people against each other. There is no compromise between lies and truth or justice and injustice. The answer does not always lie in the middle. People hold ideals for reasons and sometimes those ideals are more important than relationships. If you think someone's ideals are going to hurt people, you should not tolerate that, no matter if they're friends or family.
Your narrative presents a sanitized, oversimplified world with no relation to reality and real conflicts. There are no bad-faith actors except Form and Dissonance, and all conflicts are personal or horizontal (even Box World, where you tried to convince us that a CEO and an employee are somehow in an equal relationship), never vertical.
And it is particularly tone-deaf to include as part of a BLM bundle a story about how a political tyrant was actually a poor misunderstood woobie who voluntarily gave up power when he realized it would hurt people (lol yeah sure) and then tried to save everyone from the real evil, the extremists who wanted to change the world. It is outright poisonous to say the extremists never had any actual point and in fact are just manufacturing conflict to manipulate people into thinking their reforms are necessary. You do realize there are people who say that about everything from climate change to BLM to school shootings, right? You realize you are validating their conspiracy theories with this narrative?
I realize the original story was released before Trump was even elected, but even still, read the room. The status quo is not worth protecting. Sometimes the extremists are right.