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. Joseph Sedillo

    Joseph Sedillo

    10 цагийн өмнө

    Shut up cry babies!!!. YOUR BLACK GET OVER IT. STOP CRYING. AND OBEY THE 🇺🇸 RULES LIKE EVERYONE ELSE. THERE ARE ILLEGALS COMING WITH NOTHING HERE AND YOU ARE STILL CRYING WOW!

  2. The Witness

    The Witness

    12 цагийн өмнө

    No matter what your opionion is on this subject, if any of you are serious about understanding what is happening between the Black man and the Black woman nowadays, watch this video I linked below. It is often very useful to put things in their historical context. People think IR dating in the Black community is about choice but there is a special situation in our communities that does not exist in other communities and our fate as a race could very well depend on that, and actually our fate has probably already been decided decades ago because the divisions between Black men and Black women are not new. However this is in America but because of social media, every black person around the world now identified and relates to the American's Black story, and are therefore just as influenced by it. mnmore.info/bin/video/ao63mr1xq4XTobA

  3. LipsticknMirrior

    LipsticknMirrior

    13 цагийн өмнө

    The content of this video is amazing, however the music is extremely distracting.

  4. Noah Vos

    Noah Vos

    13 цагийн өмнө

    I loved the concept of the video, but the creator of the video came of as such an dishonest, arrogant individual

  5. Frau Haertner

    Frau Haertner

    16 цагийн өмнө

    There will never be equality. Whatever has dominance, be it gender, age, wealth, strength. What we have to shift is the base line. Everyone should be entitled to the same basic minimum. A livable wage, suitable housing, basic health care and respect. Then we can leave each other to live in peace.

  6. boogabuga

    boogabuga

    19 цагийн өмнө

    I'm not sure his first point really holds up when you consider that single parent households were very uncommon in black families in the mid 20th century, and have increased since then.

  7. Rod Brescia

    Rod Brescia

    19 цагийн өмнө

    Solution: Hire only Black officers....problem solved per the discussion because apparently there is a discord (or distance of proximity per Emmanuel) which will always be there. Secondly, Emmanuel.... your response to encounters "if we could do a better job of disarming versus discharging" ...ya communicating with a belligerent person, black or white, your communication goes down hill quickly. Notice nothing about compliance is mentioned, black or white

  8. Alexis

    Alexis

    19 цагийн өмнө

    I'm disappointed by this interview, I usually like Emannuel's videos but this was very biased against Rachel and this was very centered on BM. This was strange. I think he has his own prejudices against bw/wm relationships and it clearly shows. I'm unsubscribing Why aren't we talking about why alot of black women feel the need to date outside of their race. Colorism against black women in our community is very real, growing up in the early 2010's I would see black men tearing down black women and in real life. Saying they don't want black women, they prefer non black women. Black women are finally waking up and realizing they should date whoever makes them feel the most appreciated and loved and they get attacked for it.

  9. Rod Brescia

    Rod Brescia

    19 цагийн өмнө

    This moderator isn't seeking information, more so preaching his point of view. Pretty sad actually. The opening statement "when was the last time you had a black person over for dinner?" wtf... should they have had an asian, pakistani, muslim etc over??? This guy is a pandering shill and does not bring tangible data to the table

  10. HC R

    HC R

    20 цагийн өмнө

    Thank you for your lesson. I hope that there is no discrimination for every people.

  11. E A

    E A

    20 цагийн өмнө

    What a total cringe fest. That poor host is petrified by a WM with a BW and painfully fascinated with the WW/BM relationship.

  12. TheDumbestGenius

    TheDumbestGenius

    21 цагийн өмнө

    wow you are really good at driving a wedge between races

  13. Bear Benton

    Bear Benton

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    Why would you randomly invite black people to dinner? Wouldn't the woketards call that reverse racism? Why the hell would you go up to a bunch of black people just to have a conversation JUST BECAUSE THEY'RE BLACK??? Maybe he's not met a black person that shares the same interests he has enough to form a friendship? Maybe he treats people as individuals not colors. "Hey guys, I saw you all over here, and I thought that I'd come to talk to black people today." What the hell?

  14. A. V.

    A. V.

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    I wish PK would’ve let Lindsey speak...I wanted to hear the rest of what she said. Yes she’s right that she not responsible for what her ancestors did, however, she has to realize benefits from what her ancestors did(white privilege.)

  15. oneski io

    oneski io

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    Blue lives matter v Black lives matter.

  16. oneski io

    oneski io

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    Can a doctor or other medical staff become desensitized to death? Can a soldier become desensitized to death?

  17. oneski io

    oneski io

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    The doctor is not just disbarred without due process.

  18. oneski io

    oneski io

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    How many Black people speak to white people on a daily basis.

  19. Trinity Hall

    Trinity Hall

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    My boyfriend and father of my kid is white man and I'm black woman.

  20. sodium chloride

    sodium chloride

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    I don't understand this black culture thing, I'm never celebrating Russian or german culture we are Americans just celebrate American culture if you have to celebrate anything. sectioning people with the intent of "celebrating" them is still just separating them.

  21. •eva•

    •eva•

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    this is an amazing discussion oh my gosh

  22. Roberto Junior

    Roberto Junior

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    "i'm black. (...) i do have a little white in me but when a cop pulls me over, it won't be 'oh, you're a little white, i'll let you go'." damn, deacon.

  23. Mr. Keep it real

    Mr. Keep it real

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    Can we quit teaching our black ppl to be victims, this was disturbing

  24. steijn vanb

    steijn vanb

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    man I'd make him uncomfortable. Dude straight up making alot of very incorrect assumptions to make leaps of logic to further a very specific agenda. Incredible race-baiting questions, I'd expose the shit outta this racist ass Emmanuel.

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    this is straight propaganda.

  26. Master Troller

    Master Troller

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    Interracial? I only see homo sapiens…..just one race.

  27. WillDill

    WillDill

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    Race is a social construct with no basis in human anatomy and biology.

  28. grayda

    grayda

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    fantastic man.

  29. Jay real

    Jay real

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    When she said she took a black man from black women that was insulted black woman

  30. Jay real

    Jay real

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    I wish they had a black women who disagree with interracial relationships

  31. Rusty Koenig

    Rusty Koenig

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    Police are afforded a thing called "qualified immunity" which is essentially a "shield" that protects cops from "justice" or at least the "justice" we think of when we do bad things. This was "designed" to protect cops from consequences (at least the level of consequences normal people would suffer for the same actions). A cop can violate your rights and force himself into your vehicle and search it.....regardless if it violates your rights or not..... Arrest you for whatever they found during the "illegal" search.... take you to jail and drop you off.... You now have to "fight the system" for quite a while.... even if you are innocent and he literally "planted" stuff on you and lets say once the case reaches the point to where a judge will say....wtf... that totally violated your rights and 100% illegal.... where you do not have to "fight" the case in court.... this is where it is obvious enough the judge says "Dismissed, free to go" and you go about your life. You have to sit in jail and have to deal with posting bail to get OUT when you get there.... without ANY of your phone numbers.... if you don't know the number... your screwed..... cuz they don't let you peek at your phone to get any numbers.... and if you manage to post bail and get out... more than likely you get a bondsman to post bail for a 10% fee. $5000 bond... you are going to pay $500 out of YOUR pocket to get out.... they post the $5000 and when you go court.... they get their $5000 back along with the $500 you paid them for their "service".... If you don't manage to get a bond secured to get out.... you sit there in jail for a month before you even go to "plea" guilty or not guilty.... then another 30 days or so until you have a chance to do anything with it. Now.... remember.....this cop for whatever reason had the "urge" to fuck with you..... be it he was trying to boost his arrest numbers or padding his quota numbers (and yes... they have quotas even though they say they don't..... a cop who never ever writes a ticket month after month.... will not be a cop for long....) YOU were the "lucky" one he chose to FUCK with..... He willfully and knowingly violates your rights and commits multiple "crimes" (if you did such a thing to another person and falsely accused them of something just to do it.... that could be PRISON time for you) and even if you try to pursue a lawsuit over his willfulness and knowing violating your rights and false imprisonment... GOOD LUCK.... it is HARD to claim the cop KNOWINGLY and WILLFULLY went out of his way to violate your rights..... In the end.... you walk free... all charges dropped and walk away.... but everything mentioned above... you have to deal with and begin fighting the "system" from the word go to REACH that "end" and waste a LOT of time out of your life to "deal" with it. What did it cost the cop?.... even if you "win" and get it dismissed? All it cost the "cop" is 30mins-1hour of his day to completely screw your life up for a considerable amount of time and cost. Even if you target the cop for the "crimes" he did against you.... and you launch your own "charges" against him.... he don't go to "jail".... at most he MIGHT get administrative leave while the case is active.... and it's a big MIGHT... more than likely he will remain on the street as a cop doing what he does earning a paycheck while you potentially had to sit in jail for 1-2 or even 3 months.... to make sure you "show up to court" on your court days or $500 out of pocket to return to YOUR job while the case moves through the system.... And the end result would more than likely be NOTHING.... as he was "ignorant" to the law that he violated to "bust" you.... because of his "shield" of qualified immunity designed to protect cops from just this very thing.... (not him purposely using it as a "tool" to get away with shit.... but designed to actually shield them from "fuckups" that let you go free but allows him to continue in his job even though he "accidentally" violated your rights.... technical things but used as the "tool" or "weapon" to allow them to step over the "line" "legally"). AND!!!!!!! All of this.... over a cop planting something on you in order to "arrest" you.... Pull out something from his pocket while search your car illegally and say he found it in your car.... The scary thing is...... a cop who MURDERS someone.... gets the SAME protection..... and why most "shootings" are ruled as "justified".... all he as to do is show any kind of "fear for his life" to "justify" any shooting.... and the "wiggle room" for such to justify him to use deadly force is HUGE.... the reason so many cops are "justified" in the shooting when it is totally obvious cold blooded "murder"..... qualified IMMUNITY allows them to do such things and move on with their career and sometimes their "situation" gets in front of the eyes of "the people" and become a shooting that draws widespread interest and gets a lot of "coverage"..... You still get a lot of "justified" rulings even in the "Media Circuses" shootings.... and every now and then.... they are terminated from the force.... Here in Arkansas A cop was CONVICTED of "Misdomeaner negligent homicide (wrongful "murder" of someone.... reduced to misdomeanor manslaughter more or less...) and was terminated from his job.... then became police chief in another town not far from the one he was "fired" from after shooting a suspect to death and was not "justified" in the shooting..... If you or me ACCIDENTALLY kill someone and it is pure accident but they die.... it is felony involuntary manslaughter and PRISON time....a cop just got fired from one town and becomes POLICE CHIEF of another! This happened back in 2010... www.5newsonline.com/article/news/local/outreach/back-to-school/officer-convicted-in-shooting-death-becomes-police-chief/527-ca9da90e-2fce-4298-a3f0-b1f3f5baff64 Power tripping cops who don't like blacks.... I just showed you what happens when the "victim" is not black..... and people do not "understand" the "issue" blacks are YELLING about..... Not all cops are "bad" and not all cops are "assholes".... There ARE good cops who strive to "serve" the public doing what the "badge" SHOULD be doing.... but the "system" designed to protect the GOOD COPS from a "mistake" make it REALLY SCARY for the "bad ones" who use it as a "weapon" against the public. All cops know of this "protection" of "qualified immunity" and yet none of them will openly "talk" about this level of "immunity" they are afforded by DEFAULT from the get go that is their "get out of jail free" card that allows them to keep doing it as long as they wear the uniform! You are literally at the whim of the officer and his "mood" with no real "consequences" for the the things they do. After Floyd died and when it made it to the actual capitol building for discussion.... they spoke at length about this very "immunity" cops are shielded with..... and lack of any serious consequences for the things they do. They spoke about how the cop that killed Floyd sat there and stared at the camera recording him while his knee was on the guys neck.... One of the comments they said was how he dead stares at the camera..... and the thought that "nothing is going to happen to me" going through his mind because qualified immunity pretty much gives the cop that protection and nothing DOES happen to them in most situations.... saying how he thinking no big deal.... I'm good..... The GOOD cops need to be bringing this into view out in front of everyone.... but o ya.... most cops.... even good ones protect their own..... for the most part.....

  32. Rusty Koenig

    Rusty Koenig

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    When you speak of "reverse racism".... black people get "black history month" but we don't get a "white history month". This totally reminded me of an interview Morgan Freeman was in. (1) Morgan Freeman's Thoughts on racism and black history month!!! #blacklivesmatter - MNmore I love how he leave the "interviewer" absolutely SPEECHLESS. One thing I would like to bring up that is VERY RARELY even mentioned.... if at all...... is the fact we are not BORN with the "hate"..... the "hate" is programmed into us.... If you watch little kids... they have no problems "mingling" with others and go on about their routine of "playing"..... they are "colorblind". Sure kids are some of the most "mean" people on EARTH..... they are brutally honest and have very little or NO filter at all. They can be and are RELENTLESS at poking fun at the "other kids" to elevate themselves higher..... but..... they are "colorblind". They may make jokes and poke fun of someone who has a big ugly "birthmark" that is very noticeable..... but not because one is "black" and one is "white"..... they are color blind.... if they are "isolated" from the other "group" and one day they happen to encounter one... they instantly know they are "different" than them because they are "black"..... sometimes "fear" happens and they are afraid because of the dark skin.... but if they do happen "meet".... the meeting has more "curiosity" in the encounter than the "hate". Kids are assholes.... BIG ASSHOLES..... cruel.... and wield it RELENTLESSLY, and when their "gang" gets together, it is AMPLIFIED as they feed off each other while they "attack" their "prey"... but is just as likely to be color mixed group of friends than a all one color group attacking the "other" color. They are color blind....but are world experts at zeroing in on any "flaws" you might have and they are awesome at making sure you KNOW about them flaws..... but being "black" or "white" isn't one of them "flaws" until that ideology is programmed into their brain.... only then does "color" become a "flaw". I grew up in the HEARTLAND of "Hate".... most of my family is from the area of "Harrison Arkansas" and surrounding areas. I grew up listening to the "hate" where the "hate" was "normal" and "common"..... as a result... I pretty much grew up around "white" kids. 2nd grade when I was 7 or so we moved to Dallas, Texas for like 6 months (they decided to run back to "the hills"). I went from 99-100% all white community never even seeing a "black person" until we got to Dallas/Richardson. The apartment complex we was in was 99% blacks/Hispanics.... There was 1 other "white" family in the entire complex including surrounding complexes. I was a "kid" in a complex FULL of "kids".... only I was the "odd one out" now. Even though the "hate" was spoken as "normal language" until then.... All I could see was other KIDS to play with.... Dad wasn't too "happy" when we migrate to my place.... because they were "other than white"..... but... didn't throw a huge fit because it was either them or sit at home all day every day and not have any "friends" (I think mom had a little say in that). It is hard to program in the "hate" as it is..... One small thing to smile about in the world of "slavery" was that the small children.... black slave.... or white master.... the children did not see the "world" that way and even though the "lines" were drawn and set.... the children only saw the others as children and they did what kids do... create their own world out of their imagination and there were no longer white masters/black slaves.... but friends conquering whatever world they created for the day. I'm not saying they were 100% oblivious to the "situation" but the kids did play together as "kids" not "black or white". Maybe we need to quit being "adults" and learn something from the "children" for a change.... You can have a white dog and a black dog..... you don't see or view the black dog as "flawed" because it has black fur..... It is equal to the white dog.... never view its "black fur" as a "flaw" compared to other dogs. I worked with a younger black girl couple years ago.... She came into work one day saying she found a noose hanging in a tree in her front yard. She couldn't believe she found it in her tree... I had to tell her it could have been worse... She asked me how it could get ANY worse than finding a noose in her tree.... I had to tell her she could be IN the noose..... I didn't tell her to scare her or anything..... but to "inform" her about the kind of people that would leave something like that in your tree.... those people don't play around.... and if anything happened to her and I DIDN'T say anything about the potential "danger" that very well could exist.... I would have to live with that. She was nieve... almost like a kid is.... she knew of the idea of it.... but even with saying it could be worse than a noose in your tree... she was clueless about it.... like it only existed in scary movies or far in the past.... I actually had to tell her that her being IN it.... is the thing that could be worse.... It is sad THAT level of 'hate" still exists even in the modern world.... where someone would kill someone else for no other reason.... than the color their skin is..... Some say that don't really exist anymore.... where lynching people no longer happens and mass "racism" is no longer a part of our society as a whole.... The reason I had tell a young girl that the possibility of her being IN a noose she found in her front yard.... is because it DOES still exist.... This is how a WHITE guy was treated in Harrison, AR (National Headquarters of KKK) holding a BLM sign.... When I said I grew up listening to the "hate" being preached.... and how it was spoken as if it were "normal" and "acceptable"..... This is a WHITE guy holding a BLM sign in Harrison (1.5 hours away from me and the area where most my family is from and lives). mnmore.info/bin/video/nazS0tmjb36lp9I

  33. Noel Legatto

    Noel Legatto

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    Omg we need to hear this child’s fears and wake up. This beautiful family are a picture of love not hate.

  34. Noel Legatto

    Noel Legatto

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    Please keep doing the work and having these conversations because it’s not only an American problem but a world issue.

  35. JTR Hockey Productions

    JTR Hockey Productions

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    “I felt some type of way” Bro this ain’t 1950😂

  36. Who Cares

    Who Cares

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    You mean the death of no good criminals and the blm terrorists group

  37. Jake M

    Jake M

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    I like the idea of this video but the execution is pretty shitty

  38. Lady Godiva

    Lady Godiva

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    Girl bye. You can have him. LOL! This is cringy!! Barf!

  39. Jason

    Jason

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    So a racist black guy and 4 simps

  40. Hakuna Matata

    Hakuna Matata

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    White lady: "None of this stuff would have happened with George Floyd if we just wouldn't have abolished slavery." i dropped my sandwich

  41. D Harp

    D Harp

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    Sorry y'all when Story started crying, I lost it. So sad.. God bless this family

  42. xLiontari

    xLiontari

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    America, a country of 300 Million people where only a few get killed by police, I think its the medias fault that you think your country is racist

  43. Renee Walker

    Renee Walker

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    While this was a very good conversation but the anti - blackness part of this discussion was missed. There’s also the part where black women are being dragged and being made to be feel less than and not worthy of a black men. I am all for interracial relationships but I would advise someone to do a heart check before entering one that you are seeing the person and not just their race. Secondly, I have a bi-racial daughter (black and white) and I received some backlash from friends wondering the same things that Rachel mentioned. I made it mission while raising her to make she embraced both sides of her. I made sure that she didn’t feel a need to choose a side and she identifies as mixed raced. She is 20 now and we did still and do have the difficult discussions on race ie anti-blackness and her light skin privilege.

  44. V Dubb

    V Dubb

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    This conversation is ridiculous. In one question the black guy is asking why are black people treated differently and in the next breath askimg for police to treat black people differently. Like I always say black people don't want to have a discussion about race. They want to lecture and shame 😕

  45. ibrudy69

    ibrudy69

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    It's .............. "B"lack ... friendly reminder for Emmanuel and everyone in this thread. Always.

  46. Mason Dill

    Mason Dill

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    "Communicating with a black cultured person vs a white cultured person is different" "different, different, different, different" "white space, black space" - TRANSLATION "I'm really freaking racist and too stupid to realize it."

  47. Abel Tesfaye

    Abel Tesfaye

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    Please have a conversation with Jane Elliot!!

  48. C Johnson

    C Johnson

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    What you do is you take 10 at risk 13-15 year olds and you get 10 learned the hard way and changed my life around 16-18 year olds and you bring them together for a talk with no time limit. The older kids explain what set them up to fail and how they turned their life around. Plus how long it took. Then give the young a chance to ask questions etc. ..... BTW separating the races to cure racism won't work. All the different cultures always say, "they take care of their own." They don't need a black or white person teaching them about race. then they take off and nothing happens to fix anything. This has gone on in the States for 155 years. The only way to bring change is to convince the cultures to come together and work this out. A plan worthy of following they all can agree too from teaching their children that racism is wrong, to not allowing it on the job, streets, home or in church. Consistency is what we need now. Everyone on the same page saying the same thing. Everyone teaching and saying the same thoughts and lessons to families, and neighbors. The way I see it is you need a future date and time to bring the cultures together. I am thinking maybe a summer date and time or late spring? Give it a snazzy name that even the teens today won't mind speaking/mentioning plus the snazzy name make nice free advertisement to friends family etc. on social media. Go all out on the event treat it like the World Series etc. I would also charge a fee for the event even 5 bucks a person is something people can afford, and if you wait 15 months before having this event it gives everyone time to prepare make signs, images, hype it up, and get over Covid-19 etc. think about it.

  49. Abel Tesfaye

    Abel Tesfaye

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    Where is, "Uncomfortable Conversations with a Black Women"?

  50. Abel Tesfaye

    Abel Tesfaye

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    Chelsea bugs the crap put of me. It's creepy she put her hands on a stranger's butt and was surprised that wasn't okay

  51. Abel Tesfaye

    Abel Tesfaye

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    "I'm sorry this is what you see us as" - Takes no accountability for THEIR responsibility in the behavior that hurts black people and communities of color

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      bro youre speaking straight bs

  52. Read the land

    Read the land

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    Chelsea Handler really needs to have a conversation with Chelsea Handler on "Stop talking about it" with a lot.

  53. Nico Martins

    Nico Martins

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    I'm literally in minute 19:10 of the video But I gotta (Idk why tho) say something about the topic, also I'm definitely not black, so yeah (And I'll surely stray from the topic - My attention span is short and so is my memory) But I think that media will have/has a HUGE impact on that, right now, I can't watch news on TV on any channel without getting hitten in the face with all the bad things happening, granted, I don't watch TV too much, I do only sometimes when I am really bored But what I am *trying* to say is, if TV showed more of the good things, the good things that happened, that are happening, like, how something has gone right, how no one died in an assault, how a person who was kidnapped or hurt turned out okay and didn't die or things like that, I think it would be a step towards a better place, for everyone? I don't really know, I have the moral compass and the opinions of a fern on fire, but I think it would get at least a tiny little bit better to have more positivity running around like a headless chicken on fire? (Also, I am Brazilian, so I don't really know what's happening on your guys America, so I'm probs talking shit, but ya) Also, friend, you're so eloquent that I had to pause the video a few times to read over what you said for me to try and understand it. Gotta be greateful to those legends.

  54. Caleb

    Caleb

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    He talks so much like a youth pastor in the beginning

  55. Jeremy Caulfield

    Jeremy Caulfield

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    It’s not a Blue Lives Matter Flag, kind of disappointed to see that. It is a thin blue line flag and is not connected to the “Blue Lives Matter” movement

  56. Dead Boy

    Dead Boy

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    Man why did I have to be born in a time where color even had to be a conversation.

  57. Helsie Jefferson

    Helsie Jefferson

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    Y'all shouldn't feel guilty. You love who you love.

  58. geak78

    geak78

    2 өдрийн өмнө

    Police Athletic League (PAL) was a great program in Philly that gave kids a safe place to play after school before their parents got home and provided positive interactions between youth and police. Unfortunately, like many prevention programs, it was stopped to save money...

  59. Peire M

    Peire M

    2 өдрийн өмнө

    some of these shaved head guys are disappearing into the back ground.

  60. Peire M

    Peire M

    2 өдрийн өмнө

    too bad Brittanee Drexel didn't have allergies.

  61. Ms Hill

    Ms Hill

    2 өдрийн өмнө

    This was good!

  62. Smudgemom2003

    Smudgemom2003

    2 өдрийн өмнө

    Oooops. Watching this post Derek Chauvin trial. I’m sure the conversation has changed.

  63. Jnco Pants

    Jnco Pants

    2 өдрийн өмнө

    what the fuck is this? Like black people don't kill white people or other races kill each other? This is just to keep people focused on race.

  64. BU𐍂AGØ

    BU𐍂AGØ

    2 өдрийн өмнө

    Wholesome, thats the only thing i can think of.

  65. Darryl Thompson

    Darryl Thompson

    2 өдрийн өмнө

    We have to get pass guilt and pointing the finger through watching media on both sides. Call the crime what it looks like at that time. Whether its a cop or a civilian. Don't deflect to claim innocents before we know the truth. See it for what it displays at that moment and let justice come from the facts gathered later. If someone dies on camera by anyone sympathy or empathy is ok at that moment its ok to change your mind later after facts. Punishment should fit the crime always. The sales of cigarettes should not lead to death. Counterfeit 20 is not a felony nor is it for anyone to call the cops because its common for anyone to have Counterfeit money un knowingly. Also the feds jurisdiction.

  66. Darker Than Dark

    Darker Than Dark

    2 өдрийн өмнө

    I mean Jacob Blake kinda had it coming

  67. Jose Aoun

    Jose Aoun

    2 өдрийн өмнө

    @Emmanuel Acho, have you ever considered having a conversation with Jordan Peterson?

  68. TheRealHomie

    TheRealHomie

    2 өдрийн өмнө

    Keep in mind this guy speaks for Protestant Christians, which are the majority. There is a huge difference, Catholic and Orthodox Americans are a separate cultural group entirely.

  69. mama bear ハナ

    mama bear ハナ

    2 өдрийн өмнө

    this is called propaganda buddy. not an uncomfortable conversation.

    • Audrey O'Donnell

      Audrey O'Donnell

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      Why do you say that?

  70. Jon Brown

    Jon Brown

    2 өдрийн өмнө

    Here's an uncomfortable conversation to have with yourself. How do you know that race was a factor in what happened to George Floyd?

  71. Ronal Martinez

    Ronal Martinez

    2 өдрийн өмнө

    Not one comment about Matthew keeping his shirt on? 😂

  72. Just Jamie

    Just Jamie

    2 өдрийн өмнө

    I found it interesting that Emmanuel felt a way about Rachel marrying a white man but disnt have that same energy towards TK. Also how he tried to subliminally flex and say he & Rachel go way back but didnt clarify! He projected alot of his questions towards TK & never got Brian's perspective which showed his own insecurity & bitterness. This interview was bias and poorly executed. Tk's girl felt like she's taking a strong BM from us 🥴. But you're not strong enough to correct your friends and family when it comes to you dating a black man. You can victimize yourself when you choose to date him. Uhhh just throw away the entire interview!

  73. morgan jones

    morgan jones

    2 өдрийн өмнө

    No one is the same. No one thinks the same. Some ppl presume things of others, while others don't. All people of race, sexuality, ethnicity, religion, gender, have different views, different lives, different experiences. To assume that this one group of people is this, and has this view, should be this way, is racist, sexist, just plain prejudice. I will say that even saying that the white actor inherently has some sort of allergy towards race because he's white, I think is racist. Also how the black man was considered an "Oreo" because ppl assume something of all black ppl, and he didn't fit that narrative to them.

  74. J smith

    J smith

    2 өдрийн өмнө

    They very well could have been talking about black people when they said Allen are created equal. Unfortunatly slavery was a way of life. Its sad but America wouldn't have ever been created had they tried to ban slavery. So they did the best they could and laod the foundation that would eventually lead to abolishing slavery. Yes, america has flaws, but that foundation was laid so that we could constantly strive to be better and do better.

    • Jade Moni

      Jade Moni

      23 цагийн өмнө

      @⸻⸻⸻⸻⸻⸻⸻⸻⸻⸻⸻⸻⸻⸻⸻⸻⸻⸻⸻⸻⸻⸻⸻⸻⸻⸻⸻⸻⸻⸻⸻⸻⸻⸻⸻⸻⸻⸻⸻⸻⸻⸻⸻⸻⸻⸻⸻⸻⸻⸻ okay and? People should suffer for white people's gain? 🤦🏽‍♀️

    • ⸻⸻⸻⸻⸻⸻⸻⸻⸻⸻⸻⸻⸻⸻⸻⸻⸻⸻⸻⸻⸻⸻⸻⸻⸻⸻⸻⸻⸻⸻⸻⸻⸻⸻⸻⸻⸻⸻⸻⸻⸻⸻⸻⸻⸻⸻⸻⸻⸻⸻

      ⸻⸻⸻⸻⸻⸻⸻⸻⸻⸻⸻⸻⸻⸻⸻⸻⸻⸻⸻⸻⸻⸻⸻⸻⸻⸻⸻⸻⸻⸻⸻⸻⸻⸻⸻⸻⸻⸻⸻⸻⸻⸻⸻⸻⸻⸻⸻⸻⸻⸻

      Өдрийн өмнө

      @Jade Moni if it weren't for slavery, america would be like a slum land.

    • Jade Moni

      Jade Moni

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      Why are you defending slavery though? "but that Foundation was laid so we could constantly strive to do better and be better" for who? White America? When did slavery benefited black Americans? So ignorant.

  75. J smith

    J smith

    2 өдрийн өмнө

    Cop was in the wrong but floyd wasnt murdered he overdosed. Read the coroner report. Not trying to be ride, we are all entitled to our own opinions. I just strongly feel like the media will use anything they can to create division. That's why I am here watching this, because communication is how we overcome our differences.

    • mama bear ハナ

      mama bear ハナ

      2 өдрийн өмнө

      we are all entitled to our own opinions but some of them are just right. ;) it was a total mistrial.

    • mama bear ハナ

      mama bear ハナ

      2 өдрийн өмнө

      floyd’s oxygen saturation at the time of death was 98% which is impossible if the cause of death is asphyxiation.

  76. Michael Conte

    Michael Conte

    2 өдрийн өмнө

    Emmanuel read the BLM manifesto? I get you are trying to have some unique content and I feel like you want to have the conversation but you need to do a lot more work. This is an ok start but really no depth. Even Lt Nick is afraid to answer the BLM question.

  77. Michael Conte

    Michael Conte

    2 өдрийн өмнө

    Why does WEmmanuel say obviously if I am stopped I will be upset? He is assuming he doesn't deserve to be? Or that when ppl are stopped it isn't deserved? If that is the case then you adhere to the stop that's it.

  78. Michael Conte

    Michael Conte

    2 өдрийн өмнө

    Unfortunately the intro starts with a false premise.

  79. Renée Howard-Johnson

    Renée Howard-Johnson

    2 өдрийн өмнө

    I LOOOOOOOVVVVVEEEEEEE This

  80. HoneyBadger2020 MF

    HoneyBadger2020 MF

    2 өдрийн өмнө

    Because just like you said we thought it was all about the money!! I can’t thank you enough for this series and my eyes are open, I seriously think it’s the word “privledge” because that tends to point to being a rich person, especially if your white, not rich, shrugs, more people need to listen to y’all explain. Again, grandmother of 3 biracial beautiful kids, thank you, thank you, thank you.