Nikole Hannah-Jones – Reframing the Legacy of Slavery with “The 1619 Project” | The Daily Show

Nikole Hannah-Jones – Reframing the Legacy of Slavery with “The 1619 Project” | The Daily Show

-Welcome to The Daily Show. -Thank you. And congratulations on creating and working with a group of people on a project that has gone on to become more than just a moment, but rather, a rethinking of America’s history. Let’s start with the “why” behind this. I mean, history seems like it has been written, […]

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Bias In The Deaf Community (American Sign Language Vlog)

Bias In The Deaf Community (American Sign Language Vlog)

[marker writing] [Pokemon game sound] Hello! So I think I have someone with me today. Where is she? Oh! Hi! Who are you? CHRISSY: I’m Chrissy. RIKKI: She drove all the way here to North Carolina from where? CHRISSY: Maryland. RIKKI: That’s a six hour drive. CHRISSY: Yes, it is. RIKKI: And now we’re collaborating […]

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David Remnick – Dissecting Trump’s First State Of The Union | The Daily Show

David Remnick – Dissecting Trump’s First State Of The Union | The Daily Show

My guest tonight is a Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist, author of six books, and longtime editor of The New Yorker. Please welcome David Remnick. -(cheering and applause) -Hello, sir. Good to have you back on. Let’s, uh, jump straight into it. -I know it just happened, -(chuckles): Yeah. It did. and we-we all just watched it. […]

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“White Student Union” Controversy at Towson University

“White Student Union” Controversy at Towson University

matthew hein baki he’s a student at towson university and he wants to start a club that we’re all in favor of steam activism his club you not so much because he wants to start a student unions specifically for white students with a news report let’s take a look you’re holding a confederate flag […]

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Non-White Cultures that Contributed to Civilization #FACTS

Non-White Cultures that Contributed to Civilization #FACTS

Sometimes you’re just like, “These are the people that run my country!” Hi, I’m T1J, follow me on twitter. So recently, Republican Congressman Steve King made the following comment on LIve TV: This guy gets to helps write our laws! He was immediately accused of preaching white supremacy and being a racist. Which could very […]

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Jonas Eika speech – Nordic Council Literature Prize 2019

Jonas Eika speech – Nordic Council Literature Prize 2019

The winner of the Nordic Council’s Literature Prize 2019 is Jonas Eika, from Denmark. I’m standing here on this stage with gratitude and tenderness towards those I share this life with, those that inspire me, those that I think together with, those that I do politics and literature with, those that I organise with. The […]

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Colorism in the Latinx Community! Ft. Lee Chin | Decoded | MTV

– Why would black people in Brazil get upset about a black woman winning a beauty contest? The answer ends with “ism” but probably not the one you think. (soft techno music) Today we’re talking about a mode of discrimination that predominantly impacts people of color and you might be surprised hearing this from me, […]

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A Spiritual Cure for Hate, Racism & Casteism: Manisha Panchakam

A Spiritual Cure for Hate, Racism & Casteism: Manisha Panchakam

Prejudice and discrimination have afflicted people all over the world. People unjustly branded as being inferior, undesirable, or even repugnant, merely because of their ancestry or the color of their skin. In India, Hindus born in certain families, belonging to so-called lower castes, have been marginalized and oppressed. Here in the US, natives were banished […]

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If You Don’t Know, Now You Know: Mental Health Stigma in the Black Community | The Daily Show

If You Don’t Know, Now You Know: Mental Health Stigma in the Black Community | The Daily Show

There are few groups who could stand to benefit from therapy more than black people. I mean, think about all the things black people have been through– slavery, segregation, winter, all equally traumatic experiences. But unfortunately, even as therapy has become more mainstream, the black community has had a tough time getting the help that […]

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