Emmanuel Acho

Emmanuel Acho

Uncomfortable Conversations with a Black Man, is a safe place to have the uncomfortable conversations about race that many people have never been able to have. But enough is enough - I want to remove the barriers for why we’ve never had these conversations. I want to provide a free space for curious white people to answer the questions they’ve always had but have been too nervous to ask. Like, “How can I have white privilege if I’m not wealthy?” or “is racial profiling ok if black people tend to commit more crimes” and my personal favorite from a 19-year-old girl from rural Alabama named Amy who asked, “if black people can say the ‘N’ word, why can’t I?” And many, many more.

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  1. Ms.Magnifasense

    Ms.Magnifasense

    2 цагийн өмнө

    Emannuel I loooooooooooove uuuuuuuuuu! You speak so well about people of color and I love the dialogue you are having in this time and age. Hooray!!

  2. gt_ exotics01

    gt_ exotics01

    4 цагийн өмнө

    Do you guys think that black people are where they are because in reality black people in rap songs just talk about gangs and killing and this and that I feel like black people put the sleeves in those shoes

  3. Mya Mandell

    Mya Mandell

    5 цагийн өмнө

    This is absolutely incredible. As a white women, this is so eye opening and important to see and hear, thank you.

  4. OGTrixore

    OGTrixore

    5 цагийн өмнө

    Please do one with Charlie Kirk. He believes white privilege doesn’t exist and that’s it’s racist and a lie. I think you’ll make him super uncomfortable and can potentially change his view or open his mind about it.

  5. sgtjohn4321

    sgtjohn4321

    6 цагийн өмнө

    I would love to see Emmanuel actually take accountibility with the way that african american handle traffic stops they need to help as well

  6. Kathleen Mulawka

    Kathleen Mulawka

    7 цагийн өмнө

    This woman has an opportunity to ask questions and engage in conversation, but she only wants to hear her own voice.

  7. AstroBoyy_ 2XXL

    AstroBoyy_ 2XXL

    9 цагийн өмнө

    👨🏾‍🦱❤👩🏻‍🦰✊🏾🔥

  8. John Money

    John Money

    9 цагийн өмнө

    This conversation was dead as soon as chelsea handler came into the picture. Need I remind you this woman had to remind a man that he was black and that the color of skin determined how he should think.

  9. theoutlook55

    theoutlook55

    9 цагийн өмнө

    This is so good. I'm surprised, and encouraged, by the cop who said he's no longer offended by the "defund the police" chant upon understanding what it means to the people saying it.

  10. Daniel Isenberg

    Daniel Isenberg

    9 цагийн өмнө

    That traffic officer knows better how to speak in a concilliatory way about racial division than 90% of politicians. Make this guy a senator or something.

  11. Noemi Gutierrez

    Noemi Gutierrez

    10 цагийн өмнө

    Is this petaluma, ca? Sonoma County?

  12. ASHËS

    ASHËS

    10 цагийн өмнө

    Slavery 101: emasculate the men. Separate them from their family. And at that point they will do anything you say by force or willingly because the spirit has been broken not only for the man, but his family he was suppose to protect. Also, braids aren’t exclusively black. Vikings and other indigenous tribes of all colors used these as a fashion statement.

  13. SIMONE

    SIMONE

    10 цагийн өмнө

    Beautiful family. Children just want love. Period.

  14. Mike Letterst

    Mike Letterst

    10 цагийн өмнө

    Uncomfortable conversation with Muslims please!

  15. mazscsu

    mazscsu

    12 цагийн өмнө

    Not uncomfortable enough. Acho- you need to have a conversation with Ben Shapiro. That way we can actually LEARN something new.

  16. Kimet

    Kimet

    12 цагийн өмнө

    12:27, neither, it’s a fact.

  17. Clinton Shaun

    Clinton Shaun

    12 цагийн өмнө

    Remember, their cellphones says alot about them. Unfaithfulness is a reflection of someone character, and not yours. My wife was so smooth at hiding her infidelity and I had no proof for months, I saw a recommendation about a Private investigator (CYBERMICHEAL TECH) and decided to give him a try.. the result was incredible because all my cheating wife’s text messages, whatsapp, facebook and even her iphone calls conversations was linked directly to my cellphone without her knowing. micheal helped me put a round-the-clock monitoring on her and I got concrete evidence and gave it to my lawyer. if your wife is an expert at hiding her cheating adventures, just Contact him mostly Via gmail : [email protected] Or WhatsApp +1 (872) 225‑0930 And thank me later.,...

  18. Clinton Shaun

    Clinton Shaun

    12 цагийн өмнө

    Remember, their cellphones says alot about them. Unfaithfulness is a reflection of someone character, and not yours. My wife was so smooth at hiding her infidelity and I had no proof for months, I saw a recommendation about a Private investigator (CYBERMICHEAL TECH) and decided to give him a try.. the result was incredible because all my cheating wife’s text messages, whatsapp, facebook and even her iphone calls conversations was linked directly to my cellphone without her knowing. micheal helped me put a round-the-clock monitoring on her and I got concrete evidence and gave it to my lawyer. if your wife is an expert at hiding her cheating adventures, just Contact him mostly Via gmail : [email protected] Or WhatsApp +1 (872) 225‑0930 And thank me later.,...

  19. Clinton Shaun

    Clinton Shaun

    12 цагийн өмнө

    Remember, their cellphones says alot about them. Unfaithfulness is a reflection of someone character, and not yours. My wife was so smooth at hiding her infidelity and I had no proof for months, I saw a recommendation about a Private investigator (CYBERMICHEAL TECH) and decided to give him a try.. the result was incredible because all my cheating wife’s text messages, whatsapp, facebook and even her iphone calls conversations was linked directly to my cellphone without her knowing. micheal helped me put a round-the-clock monitoring on her and I got concrete evidence and gave it to my lawyer. if your wife is an expert at hiding her cheating adventures, just Contact him mostly Via gmail : [email protected] Or WhatsApp +1 (872) 225‑0930 And thank me later.,.

  20. changestarts withU&I

    changestarts withU&I

    13 цагийн өмнө

    I looove these conversations, they are insightful. I try to educate myself about different cultures and backgrounds. It has helped to a certain extent in how I relate to people. I'm an African from Kenya married to a white American. Here's what I have to say, yes I have received more phone calls after we married as opposed to before. 2. My experience with African American(black) vs white Americans are both very very different. I really don't fit in either one of the groups and Here's why... I have experienced racial undertones from some white Americans and as soon as I open my mouth to speak with my beautiful kenyan accent to the African Americans, the mood and attitude changes negatively ( in some) . Ever since I moved here I have developed tough skin . My self esteem is on steroids . I have to be more and more positive day to day. I don't get in arguments but I respond with a quick " I feel sorry for you " smile. Ooh btw, my African community some of them also have a biased perception towards interracial. We all have a problem. We all need to acknowledge. There needs to be more education on this. I hope one day to be a bridge. It's just sad. I have felt alone around my fellow Africans, African Americans and white Americans .

  21. •ShuNeughu•

    •ShuNeughu•

    14 цагийн өмнө

    Blame other blacks for the reason you’re perceived Don’t blame us whites, because it’s not our faults today for conflicts of the past If the past is to be my fault, then the bike stolen from me by a black man is your fault

  22. Danny Elias

    Danny Elias

    14 цагийн өмнө

    I respect Emmanuel a lot but I really disagree with him on his take, spread unity not divisiveness that’s all your getting when you use the narrative of “look you’re different than me, and we will never see the world the same way” ✊🏽

  23. el tio

    el tio

    14 цагийн өмнө

    the first question regarding the broken black family, you gave it a shitty and politically correct answer lets be honest, it aint the slavery and choices of 5 generations ago that makes men leave the home, stop avoiding the issue just because its unconfortable, thats just perpetuating a behaviour of irresponsibility and unaccountability

  24. Tiyi Christopher

    Tiyi Christopher

    17 цагийн өмнө

    Maaan, that explanation of Black Lives Matter was so important and eloquently put. You can tell the cops felt it too.

  25. Jo W

    Jo W

    18 цагийн өмнө

    This is a great!.... but one-sided conversation. I would love for thinking in terms of color of skin to go away. People should be judged for who they are as individuals with individual actions and not the color of their skin. Bigots are bigots no matter what they look like. I dislike the generalizations. Not all black people think or act the same. Not all white people think or act the same. Same for everyone else. The terms 'white allergy' or 'white privilege' are just as offensive and racist as historically black racial disparaging slurs. How can we ever move forward if all is discussed is color? Us vs them? We all live here and we are ALL individually accountable for our actions. I agree that being a good person starts at home! Accountable and responsible PARENTS are the key to a better future!

  26. NinjaWelshman

    NinjaWelshman

    19 цагийн өмнө

    Just discovered your channel. I'm a middle aged white guy from the UK. Where i live I don't interact with many black people at all. The ones I do I'm terrified im going to accidentally say something to offend or hurt them. I hope to educate myself more through your work so some of that fear disappears. Thank you. Excellent work!!

  27. Tucker Lott

    Tucker Lott

    20 цагийн өмнө

    George Floyd's autopsy revealed that he had enough drugs in his system to kill 3 men. The police offers we fired and charged for being in the wrong place at the wrong time.

    • Tucker Lott

      Tucker Lott

      19 цагийн өмнө

      It says so in his cause of death!!

    • Tucker Lott

      Tucker Lott

      19 цагийн өмнө

      @skylar lewis if your trachea is pinched closed by someone’s knee is would be impossible for you to mutter a word. So he didn’t die from oxogen deprivation. His arteries could have been pinched preventing blood flow to the brain , but this isn’t the case because when your brain is cut off from blood, you loose conscience. Officer are trained to take a man to the ground and stop using force when a suspect stops resisting. Floyd didn’t stop resisting he didn’t lose consciousness. His heart failed.

    • skylar lewis

      skylar lewis

      20 цагийн өмнө

      Derek Chauvin put his knee on George Floyd’s neck for 8 minutes and killed him. George Floyd said he couldn’t breathe 30 times. Yes he may have had drugs in his system but that didn’t kill him. The cop did. I’m not acab but the cop was the leading cause in killing George Floyd not the drugs.

  28. Nella Beats

    Nella Beats

    21 цагийн өмнө

    1. Black fathers being absent is the number one reason for issues within the black community. I don’t think slavery has to do much with it either since a child was more likely to have both parents during slavery than they are today. Plus I just don’t see how it would affect today. 2 people have a kid and because of slavery they don’t stay together? Maybe someone can explain it to me. I think it comes down to culture and society in general. White single parent rates have went up as well so I think it has more today with modern culture in general and how marriage and sex is viewed. 2. I can respect what you’re saying here. Understand the history. Sure. But Vikings wore braids as well so what if a white person is paying homage to their history in that situation? It’s a lot more complex than just if someone wears braids they’re stealing black culture. 3. Someone else in the comments put it best, I don’t remember his name but it was perfect. Reverse racism isn’t like standing up to a bully. It’s like becoming a bully and bullying those that looked like your bully.

  29. Jermaine B

    Jermaine B

    21 цагийн өмнө

    👏🏾👏🏾

  30. Karen Williams

    Karen Williams

    22 цагийн өмнө

    Hi Emmanuel, I don't care what colour a persons skin is, what religion they are etc etc... but when you say "choose your words wisely" and then use my name as a derogatory term for a privilaged white woman, how can I respect what you are saying!!!!! I have a good sense of humour so the term Karen doesn't really bother me but I am making a point.....you have to practice what you preach or else you have no credibility....

  31. Hannah Alexandra

    Hannah Alexandra

    22 цагийн өмнө

    “I already know that twice as many eyes are going to be on me” - white police officer. Yeah? Well how about how many eyes are in a person of color? Ugh i hate being a non-black individual sounding all hashtag woke or whatever. Blegh. But seriously?

  32. Kenny Smith

    Kenny Smith

    22 цагийн өмнө

    I like the message although Matthew mentioning his school being 50% black in a accomplished tone then Emmanuels good for you response is odd to me. Why should it be an accomplishment? I see no more value in a black man than a white man and vice versa. Racism is rampant and very real but I don't like any metaphorical thrones. In the past and in many places the present the white man held that throne and it should never have been that way. In the same token why should a black man hold the metaphorical or moral throne just for being? The dynamic seems to be a teacher and a student the teacher being Emmanuel. It should be an equal learning zone for both parties and yes race determines alot about us but if left in a room for eternity the race aspect would get dropped and it would be nothing more than people in a room. I don't want to see a white man feel of less value. I don't want a black man to see as less value. The fault is in all of us. We made the error racism comes in all races and it's a human problem. It is what it is at the end of the day it's amazing that us as humans can coexist and empathize with anyone other than our immediate tribe meaning people of familiarity not of the same colour. (I'm Canadian you Sheldon Cooper always correcting people ass bitch) we should this we should that we are what we are and society is going to shit made to look like improvement being masked by the progress we're making. I'm very grateful to be here at a time we are for the most part seen as equal but we must have the humility to admit people with the same anatomy caused this problem and solved it. Actually we are all despicable in the grand sense that we showed our true nature through the treatment of the earth. Then again we didn't ask to be here

  33. Darlene Medina

    Darlene Medina

    23 цагийн өмнө

    many of the ppl in this comment section are so ignorant, it baffles me.

  34. Sherlock Holmes

    Sherlock Holmes

    Өдрийн өмнө

    heard👏👏

  35. Amanda Morris

    Amanda Morris

    Өдрийн өмнө

    Hmmm, that was a start...

  36. Tucker Rivers

    Tucker Rivers

    Өдрийн өмнө

    I like Emanuel and his discussions he has about different topics, but I think his heavy handed use of slavery being the core reason that black children are born out of wedlock is a disingenuous and quite frankly false connection. This is proven by the fact that prior to 1960, the rate of children born out of wedlock in the black community was around 20%. It’s now around 80% or higher in present day. I believe his heavy handed use of slavery being the root cause of this disparity is a fallacy and he’s trying to use this to deflect blame from the culture in black society that normalizes this behavior. Another thing he doesn’t get into is the programs the Democrat party set up which encouraged the act of having children out of wedlock. It’s a multi layered issue where in this instance, I don’t believe he got it right. Others in the comments have also pointed this out as well but thought I’d put my two cents in.

  37. Akilah Dale

    Akilah Dale

    Өдрийн өмнө

    Honestly we know that these people are going to lie about what they would do in a situation because they don’t want to be deemed racist but at the end of the day, actions speak a hell of a lot louder than words.

  38. Jean Kroll

    Jean Kroll

    Өдрийн өмнө

    My sister and I are "binge-watching" your series and find it inspiring, illuminating and important. It takes courage to do this and you're not only "going there" but you have so much skill in the process! You're a role model for all of us! :)

  39. IncredibleC

    IncredibleC

    Өдрийн өмнө

    I needed to see this video 💯💯💯 thank you MNmore for recommending 🙏🏾🙏🏾

  40. TheSP

    TheSP

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    Emmanuel was the most racist person in that room

  41. WENDI COOPER

    WENDI COOPER

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    Chelsea I watched you make fun of so many people for years - it was painful. I am glad to see you have changed. But it doesn’t mean people will forget because they have forgiven you. I am a 65 year old L.A. Jewish white privilege host people may call me abrasive or aggressive but never racist or narcissist. Sure, It was your comedy schtick or was it? Question .- which one is the authentic Chelsea Handler? the bitch with a bad attitude about everything or the woman in her golden Bel air shock jock castle, just like Howard Stern who became so unhappy because of the bad energy you polluted the earth with, that therapy , mindfulness and writing a book suddenly makes it all okay...for whom? Isn’t it so convenient how celebrities insert themselves in causes to find forgiveness for themselves.

  42. RoninAquila

    RoninAquila

    Өдрийн өмнө

    Hope there is a Season 2 for 2021! 😊❤️

  43. Yo Daddy

    Yo Daddy

    Өдрийн өмнө

    I feel that 11:24

  44. Peter Theis

    Peter Theis

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    Excellent and important conversation. I haven't watched a lot of your videos Emmanuel, but I wonder if at some point you touch on the idea of "people of color" -- which is a (bad) linguistic trick to separate whites from others, as if white isn't a color. And also the term "slave" -- which implies that a "slave" is who the person is, and in some way that it is his or her fault -- whereas with the phrase "enslaved person" it recognizes that the person is a person, and it puts blame on the evil person doing the enslaving of that person. Great book for everyone to read is Race And Ethnicity: The Changing Landscape. Anyhow, keep up the great work, it's vital.

  45. semiramisdancer

    semiramisdancer

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    Not a fan of Chelsea Handler, for no particular reason....her personality is just not my cup of tea per se. But Emmanuel, I do like your segments and continue to be educated in some form, shape or fashion by your guests; ad for that Thank you,

  46. Don Allen Jr

    Don Allen Jr

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    Irony is that McConnaughy came up from a dysfunctional, poor, broken family from small town Texas, and had to pay his way to go to college and stake his own claim in the world. Acho, on the other hand, comes from a well-off nuclear family, went to one of the best Private Schools in the country on a diversity scholarship, then got a full sports scholarship to the University of Texas. Privilege?

  47. Karl-Heinz von Scharnhorst

    Karl-Heinz von Scharnhorst

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    These two guys are the real types that can be the future Saviours of our society.

  48. Anneliese Nicole

    Anneliese Nicole

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    The problem with this whole segment is that both racism and the Christian faith are so disconnected from the class relations from which they emerged. It's to the point that people like this pastor can acknowledge that race and religion have been used to forward the oppression that we see in America, and across the globe, while simultaneously disregarding the purpose for which it was done which was/is to centralize wealth and solidify class distinctions- something that he profits off of and encourages through prosperity gospel on a regular basis. You cannot believe in and encourage the unfettered acquisition of material goods while also saying that you are against racism and for actual biblical Christian values. Acts 4:32-35, John 2:13-22

  49. Omar M

    Omar M

    Өдрийн өмнө

    "Strong black man" Comedy 101

  50. casey carback

    casey carback

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    I love his stories & illustrations!!!

  51. Nella Beats

    Nella Beats

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    The only thing I don’t like about these conversations is that Acho is starting with the premise that everything he says is right and everyone has to listen to him. What if his perception is wrong? Shouldn’t he be open to the other sides view of things? What about the faults within the black community? I enjoy these conversations I just wish they were more back and forth. I think Acho is a very intelligent and articulate person but I would like to see him challenged.

  52. ClaspingGlobe

    ClaspingGlobe

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    How can anyone not like this guy.

  53. Isabella Freitas

    Isabella Freitas

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    Both the officers and him are so well spoken.

  54. CB Anderson

    CB Anderson

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    Mr. Acho, these videos are crucial so a huge thank you for putting these up. I just would like to comment that your care and fear phrase is an ultimatum and should not be used. Distance does not breed fear, bad parenting can. I personally believe that the fix starts at home. I come from a white family but personally, have never had any issue with a person of a different race. This obviously will not apply to every single person in the country. The best option is always to assume the best from and the best about people and not using phrases that automatically limit that person.

  55. Keyontae G.

    Keyontae G.

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    Watching this white woman coddle his feelings is uncomfortable.

  56. GM Wizard

    GM Wizard

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    Defund the police means these people will get paid even less than they do now which is what around 50k a year and then they get lesser pay? Just make the system of accountability strong and we won't have issues it is literally that simple let the people be heard and stop letting officers get away with murder and there will be peace NOTE > I DO NOT SUPPORT BLM they are rioting and killing and burning similar to that of isis using Islam as their reason to bomb the twin towers

  57. california Virus

    california Virus

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    1:35 "ON YOUR LEFT: The Story of a World Without Brakes"

  58. Airwane Vid Editor

    Airwane Vid Editor

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    too ba dhe didn't asked them about the Blue code, about what when one of you cops mess up you keep it quiet. about if you were in the georger floyd situation would you have intervened to stop your colleague?

  59. Riin music

    Riin music

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    I honestly think police officers being punished the same way anyone else would be for committing a crime would damn near be a solve all to this situation. The man who killed George Floyd should still be in jail. Period. If I did that given the same situation minus the badge I would be in prison. That right there is exactly why there are grounds for this civil unrest.

  60. sarah rosemount

    sarah rosemount

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    this is a great video dont get me wrong but the whole family seems so uninterested the whole time, just waiting for their turn to talk. you can tell they aren't truly listening to what he's saying by the excessive and unneeded "wow's" and "sure's" mid sentence. and the way they just keep looking around. just saying ._.

  61. Riah

    Riah

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    It broke my heart when Story started crying

  62. Street Plugs

    Street Plugs

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    This was a great video. The cops were generally real on their explanations you can hear it in their voice. 🤔I went in not knowing what to expect but left feeling like I could go to this town and not feel hassled by cops. 🙌👍

  63. Jo-Ancy Colon

    Jo-Ancy Colon

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    Would love to hear your thoughts on the book White Fragility.

  64. Karen Miller

    Karen Miller

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    Emmanuel, I love your attitude here ... it’s all a matter of perspective. My favorite failure is, after spending 31 years with the same family of companies, moving my family as a result of a merger, and rising to position of VP, I experienced a layoff. While I was figuring out what I wanted to do next, I began volunteering at a local literacy center tutoring GED students in math. When the teacher in the program left, they asked me to take over teaching the program which began my 10 year career as a GED instructor and led to having the opportunity to coauthor a PreGED textbook. During that time, I also became certified as a career coach and have helped many people find their passion including some who experienced devastating layoffs. I am now retired and still keep in touch with many of my GED students and coaching clients who are living their best lives. If I had not experienced the layoff, I would never have had the opportunity to help them on their journeys. Failure is painful, but, if you dwell on what you’ve lost, you’ll never see the amazing opportunities on your horizon. Thank you so much for what you’re doing. You have opened my eyes and helped me tremendously. Keep having those Uncomfortable Conversations.

  65. Jesse Wright

    Jesse Wright

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    You never see a successful or wealthy black man get killed or wrongfully attacked by police. Maybe because they are not out causing trouble or looking for it

  66. nmarkert01

    nmarkert01

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    I stopped going to church years ago due to some hypocrisies within the church I was at but I would definitely go to this guy’s church

  67. chebmikhaela

    chebmikhaela

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    Society did not tell me. I dated a black man.... I do not see color. I see individuals/characters and I make up my mind that way. Don't tell me I am unconsciously bias.

  68. Nicki G

    Nicki G

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    "look at us as a teacher or a counselor" even though they have 1/4 of the training required to uphold those titles.

    • Top_Hat_ Walrus

      Top_Hat_ Walrus

      8 цагийн өмнө

      @Nicki G they are just trying to say people look to them as those in time of crisis they aren't being literal. Also police do learn subjects about social issues and how to handle conflicts and social problems. it is a subject in the academy im going through now and its not just 8 hours and thats it its spread out over several days bot saying that its anywhere the same just saying cops do get some kind of training in those issues

    • Nicki G

      Nicki G

      13 цагийн өмнө

      ​@Top_Hat_ Walrus indeed they do. But that doesn't mean they deserve the title of counselor when in order to practice counseling or therapy in America, you need to earn a master's degree and clinical certifications.

    • Top_Hat_ Walrus

      Top_Hat_ Walrus

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      but they have to act as those in a moments notice...

  69. Rachel Fagan

    Rachel Fagan

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    3 minutes in and yes like like like already

  70. A.Unknown.A !!!!!

    A.Unknown.A !!!!!

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    Love this. This is something that everyone need to hear and be aware of.

  71. van béet

    van béet

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    The black girl at 0:37 is gorgeous!

  72. southafricangirl

    southafricangirl

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    Great respect to both men for this conversation....it takes courage!!

  73. Maxi Schupp

    Maxi Schupp

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    yeah, about that, kids cant go out without fear, i get that, back in the 90's when i grew up, i was bullied from effectively all the kids in my village. i was scared to walk to school, let alone spend my freetime in public places. still, i cant fathom what it must be like, if its everywhere, and all thetime like that... :(

  74. Kc Hamilton

    Kc Hamilton

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    The problem is not race. The problem is sin, when people realize all this does is cause division and seperation, and focus on the true problem we will start seeing the solution. Do you think satan hates black people? Well he does. But not anymore than he hates white people, or asians, or anyone that God created. Race wars, political division, war, all of these are divisions and seperations from the enemy. Jesus Christ is Lord, and we must ALL repent and turn to Him for salvation! Stop looking at the surface, this war is SPIRITUAL. Ephesians 6:12, pick up the Word my friends, it is your sword. And suit up with the full armor of the Almighty God. Stop being baited by the enemy and allowing this dissension and division. For we all belong to ONE race, the human race. If you are saved, your brothers and sisters are all those who share the same Holy Spirit. The kindom of God is not divided! There is no segregation based on skin color, language, what music you like, who you follow on the instatweets (ha ha). God bless you all.

    • Rachel Fagan

      Rachel Fagan

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      🙌🏼🙌🏼🙌🏼🙌🏼🧡🧡🧡🧡

  75. Leahcim Syam

    Leahcim Syam

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    They must’ve not heard about, Tamir Rice. I respect cops & many are good, but the system is damned!

  76. Brayden Beattie

    Brayden Beattie

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    Yo I just saw this an bro amos got a fit my guys dripping 🔥🔥🔥

  77. badluckcity

    badluckcity

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    man, i generally like your interviews but this one was a terrible fucking mess.

  78. badluckcity

    badluckcity

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    By the way, this was a brilliant conversation.

  79. badluckcity

    badluckcity

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    I felt a lot of secondhand discomfort watching this Black man surrounded by a room full of white police officers (in uniform!). Can just imagine the instinctive fear he must have been feeling inside. Much respect to what you are doing Mr. Acho.

  80. Caroline Studdert

    Caroline Studdert

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    I live in the same county and petaluma PD killed an innocent person a year ago