Depends upon if your are delivering the joke or the butt of the joke.Comedy is not the problem. Satire is not the problem. Art is not the problem.
I am old enough to have seen on broadcast TV the original Looney Tunes cartoons that had animated blackface depictions.
This was considered normal, and in the late 1970s to early 1980s, discussions of the ethics of blackface depictions did not take place in popular culture.
This is a very personal story, but in 1980 or so, I asked to dress up for Halloween as Michael Jackson. I was unaware of the history of blackface performance at the time...( I was around 5 years old). My mother, was also apparently unaware of this history, she thought nothing of it.
Michael Jackson was so popular, that for suburbia, he was not black, but white famous.
Black Shoe Polish on pale skin gives a texture and color very similar to Drow Skin tones.
So Comedy, Art, Satire that is uncritically consumed, that is not inspected, and only countenances a single viewpoint can very much be a problem.
Look the streets of the world are not greatly impacted by this particular removal of Community. I do not applaud, or support the move itself.
This conversation is, however, useful, I think.