EXTENDED VERSION - Interracial Relationships - Uncomfortable Conversations with a Black Man - Ep. 5

Unreleased footage of Rachel Lindsay, Bryan Abasolo, Lindsey Vonn & PK Subban, having an uncomfortable conversation with Emmanuel Acho, about navigating their interracial relationships. Watch as they talk about "the most important question to ask in an interracial relationship"
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  1. Charlie Wilcox

    Charlie Wilcox

    3 өдрийн өмнө

    PK and Lindsey gripping each other's hands the whole time as if to show just how in love they are, while the other couple is there for the discussion and do not need to be all over each other just to prove a point. PK..."if there are ppl who don't like me...I don't waste one second thinking about it..." Lie! Nobody wants to feel that their partner's family and friends don't like them. Maybe it won't change his mind about marrying the woman of his choice, and it should not, s long as she loves and respects him, but he spends more than a second thinking about it because he is human and no human wants to feel excluded. A whole lot of bs in this conversation

  2. Speedyreedy1218


    7 өдрийн өмнө

    Aww at Rachel and Bryan rocking the sneaks together. 😍😍 I know this has nothing to do with the topic. Just pointing it out. Carry on..

  3. Tay Tay

    Tay Tay

    7 өдрийн өмнө

    these were the wrong people to interview- they're too commercialized and pc therefore this convo failed to get to the REAL issues interracial couples face...

  4. Goddess


    10 өдрийн өмнө

    It really sounds ignorant when people say I don’t see color. As of seeing someone of color is a bad thing or as if having color in your skin is a bad thing there are a lot of white people who do not see color example when a black person’s walking down the street they literally turn their head away or look right past you because they do not want to see a person of color so they pretend you don’t exist

  5. very caring

    very caring

    11 өдрийн өмнө

    SEE COLOUR...THATS HUMAN COLOUR. BEAUTIFUL MOSAIC OF HUMANS. STEREOTYPES DO NOT HAVE TO ACCOMPANY THE COMPLEXION. Get OVERRRRRRRR it!!!! 💚💜💙💛❤💖💜💙💚💛💙❤💛 I found the white woman holding her husband's hand was nervous and didnt allow her husband to answer a question at some point. It actually made me uncomfortable. The black woman was more comfortable and spoke with ease. She made me feel confidant about her communication of perspective. Seemed as though the white woman was on the "defensive".

  6. Athena124


    12 өдрийн өмнө

    Mixed babies are so beautiful, in my opinion.

  7. Sy’ria Bby

    Sy’ria Bby

    12 өдрийн өмнө

    A black woman needs to do these interviews cus this ain’t it ..

  8. Charley Hale

    Charley Hale

    13 өдрийн өмнө

    I don’t wanna say I essentially see color because beyond why history and peoples hatred. I know that we are all human and our skin color doesn’t define the fact that we are a human race with beating hearts and feelings we all come into the world the same way. It’s the evil of the world that tears us apart. My three best friends in this world are black those girls are my family they are my sisters they are beautiful. Their skin color is beautiful and I know racism is so very relevant and has been. It’s horrific i nanny a three year old black boy and he doesn’t see our skin color it’s when we grow up that the evil of the world strips our innocence. Things have to change hearts have to change the divide needs to stop. Of course it’s not so simple but I pray it will.

  9. JR


    14 өдрийн өмнө

    I'm biracial and never had problem. It seems people are more attracted to mixed people as well. I'm not sure what these folks are talking about in terms of bringing a baby to this world that's mixed.

  10. Clintina Glass

    Clintina Glass

    17 өдрийн өмнө

    There is that phrase again,"I don't see color" what does that mean? Everything has a color⚪️🔵🔴🌈

  11. Karyll Said

    Karyll Said

    19 өдрийн өмнө

    “Us against the world” relationships nay be difficult, but not impossible, to sustain.

  12. Tracey Williams

    Tracey Williams

    19 өдрийн өмнө

    “If they don’t like me then...” Her: that’s their problem 🤷🏼‍♀️

  13. Domi B

    Domi B

    20 өдрийн өмнө

    1st thing i noticed the Js xD

  14. Rocky 689

    Rocky 689

    20 өдрийн өмнө

    Lindsay just needs a couple of black girlfriends and she'll be ok...ones that would help her avoid faux pa's like...I don't see color...awkward 😬

  15. TTSantiago821


    21 өдрийн өмнө

    Its more work to be done with Lindsey, but it seems she is open to the work. The I don't see color mentality has got to go, the entire point of this conversation is because color absolutely does matter. It may not matter in the way society has shown it needs to, that is a bad example but my skin tells alot about me and it is who I am. Now, if you come from a place of stereotypes then you will have the complete wrong idea of what it means to be in my skin based on the color it is. Color matters and when you don't have melanin it makes sense that you would say it doesn't matter because you are deficient of it....but that still doesn't make it right. Teachable moment for her indeed and hopefully they had this talk.

  16. JT


    21 өдрийн өмнө

    This is how mature adults that are leaders carry conversations. Very happy and grateful for this dialogue. The only way this country will ever be great! 💯🤘🏾

  17. Tasha Rob

    Tasha Rob

    21 өдрийн өмнө

    How is she going to teach her kids history when she doesn’t see colour?

  18. Olivier Katombe

    Olivier Katombe

    22 өдрийн өмнө

    THIS IS CRAP ...These people are rich and have been in the public eye. it should be done with poorer people

  19. The Popular Brunnette

    The Popular Brunnette

    22 өдрийн өмнө

    Nah, she sees color. She see him as a black men with green dollars.

    • Nia X

      Nia X

      22 өдрийн өмнө

      Who is that guy? Is he wealthy?

  20. Diaab muhammad

    Diaab muhammad

    22 өдрийн өмнө

    When people who are white say the phrase "I don't see color" it's extremely discouraging because to not acknowledge what someone looks like it seems like they're lying to yourself it's not whether you see someone's color it's you treating them regardless of the color with the same respect you would have someone who looks like you

  21. Angelic frequency

    Angelic frequency

    23 өдрийн өмнө

    @Emmanuel Acho Totally awesome conversations

  22. K CL

    K CL

    23 өдрийн өмнө

    It's crazy for me to think about, that some people in interracial relationships don't talk about all of this. Idk how you can navigate dating without these talks. I've dated mostly out of my race, and I want the man I date to feel safe and be able to express freely whatever is bothering him, or voice any concerns. I want to be his ally in life, so these talks are needed. My birth family is white, but extended family is very mixed with all different nationalities and races. I've fought since I was a child, for people to be anti-racist, and I think people need to really date consciously, and try to see things from another's point of view. I don't want a man who wants to date me simply cause he likes white women. Usually black or latino men that think this way, have dated white women that were very passively racist (or directly when behind closed doors) and ignorant to it, so the men don't know how to even speak up about their needs and hold in a ton of emotions that need to be let out. I understand that this and other things can make many people just want to date within their own race. Black love should be celebrated for sure because it is beautiful. Facts. Interracial dating can be beautiful too, but only if you can truly appreciate that person for the whole of who they are. Don't date for fetish. Date for love, and be ready to be uncomfy, because that is needed. Love is beautiful, but real love gets uncomfy to make love flourish and grow.

  23. Princess Ivy

    Princess Ivy

    23 өдрийн өмнө

    The black woman and white man man are extremely good looking !

  24. Keenan Duke

    Keenan Duke

    23 өдрийн өмнө

    Pretty sure he and his family are Colombian not Columbian.

    • Keenan Duke

      Keenan Duke

      20 өдрийн өмнө

      @Nia X Well played

    • Nia X

      Nia X

      22 өдрийн өмнө

      He probably is. The average Columbian is 74% European.

  25. G Dubbs

    G Dubbs

    23 өдрийн өмнө

    A lot of folks in interracial relationship get a rude awakening when the bring their partners home

  26. G Dubbs

    G Dubbs

    23 өдрийн өмнө

    I think what your show does for me is to articulate many of the things I already know and feel as a middle aged black man.

  27. Madds Keim

    Madds Keim

    24 өдрийн өмнө

    I hope they had a conversation about Lindsay “seeing color” I think it would be beneficial in the long run

  28. Trishna D

    Trishna D

    24 өдрийн өмнө

    I don’t like the statement “I don’t see color”. It’s used by so many racist ppl to cover up their racism(not saying she’s racist)Cuz unless you’re blind, you definitely see color.

  29. wakeup bell

    wakeup bell

    24 өдрийн өмнө

    "I don't see color." Cringe cringe cringe! I hope at some point in the episode, someone called her out for that

  30. Ebony Rayz Cooking

    Ebony Rayz Cooking

    24 өдрийн өмнө

    this still needs another episode or follow up - or something

  31. Ebony Rayz Cooking

    Ebony Rayz Cooking

    24 өдрийн өмнө

    Emmanuel did you make this episode right yet?

  32. Joe Kelly

    Joe Kelly

    25 өдрийн өмнө

    “Have you ever dated a black woman” Lady, I’ve never dated anyone

  33. r


    26 өдрийн өмнө

    Interracial couple don't need to care about what other people think about them!! Just focus on your own happy relationships!! It's nobody's business💖💖

  34. H.D. Sneed

    H.D. Sneed

    27 өдрийн өмнө

    These two couple are delusional. The Host didn't ask the meat of racial division, it was surfacing.

  35. Mika Miks

    Mika Miks

    29 өдрийн өмнө

    I don’t see colour 🤔😂😂😂 is this man serious 😂

  36. Ann Gatita

    Ann Gatita

    Сарын өмнө

    Can we get an episode about biracial children?

  37. bw, let's stay on code

    bw, let's stay on code

    2 сарын өмнө

    I remember watching Rachel's season of the Bachelorette and from day one I knew her and Bryan had a genuine and magnetic connection. Happy to see them doing well, they're such a cute couple.

  38. Lotushali


    2 сарын өмнө

    THERE IS NOTHING WRONG WITH SEEING COLOR. just see the color with a loving heart. Colors should not be a measurement of worthiness but to be hold in its beauty in totality . If I am BALCK and I don’t see color and I happen to be a animator, I can make all my animations black and when someone complain I can just say “I don’t see color” why are you focused on color without having to take accountability that I have to incorporate ALL colors and their uniqueness. If I am white and “I don’t see color” ; I can create a whole line of products catered to only the products that first with the white demographic without caring about the formulas that works best on BALCK hair and skin. Seeing someone’s individuality and loving them regardless of it is love , ignoring their uniqueness is NOT love. So stop with this “I DONT SEE COLOR” bull ish. I know know all ppl that say “I don’t see color” means ill intent but you have to grow mentally enough to know that this sick system very much sees color and for that it’ll be so selfish to say you don’t see it.

  39. Maria Sterling

    Maria Sterling

    2 сарын өмнө

    Please update your subtitles. Colombia is a country with two o's and no u's. People from Colombia 🇨🇴 are called colombians again no u's. Please spread the word so us Colombians are represented correctly!!

  40. Patrice Renee

    Patrice Renee

    3 сарын өмнө

    From the looks of this Lindsay and PK have a long way to go go. I'm sure she loves him but something seems unsettling in her about this topic. PK is glossing over some things as well. Lindsay is struggling emotionally with this and its so obvious to me she doesn't seem all that "happy" like PK is making himself look. PK needs to dig a lil deeper with her if he wants his marriage to be successful...Lindsay looks like she wants that depth but PK is keeping this appearance up. just my observation.

  41. Astor Zable

    Astor Zable

    3 сарын өмнө

    I thought the word "Mixed" in regard to children went out with Oriental and Colored. Biracial/Multiracial but not Mixed.

  42. Your New StepMom The Show

    Your New StepMom The Show

    3 сарын өмнө

    ok who is Emmanuel married to yall. I need perspective.

  43. BIG ONE


    3 сарын өмнө

    Lol I skipped through Lindsey's comment cause I felt awkward, right when she said "I don't see" I Knew what was coming but to be honest, this is why this show is great. She was raised in a world where 10 years ago people would clap when a white person said "I don't see color" We can't fault her for that but we can make her see how permittive that is to someone' culture and "identity" Even Emmanuel corrected the white family and made them understand why that phrase is insulting

  44. Glenn Creswell

    Glenn Creswell

    3 сарын өмнө

    Bravo to Emmanual Acho for using his intellect and platform for transformative dialogues. I can't help of thinking of white women who gave their children up for adoption because they didn't"t have e safe space or felt the pressure of an unwelcoming family to keep and raise their precious human beings. Social norms and hateful social constructs have been an impediment to equality in America. One race--Human.

  45. Lindsey D

    Lindsey D

    3 сарын өмнө

    Even before I ever dated outside my race, I didn't care what my parents thought of my partners. I'm the one dating them, and it's what makes me happy. Also, I didn't care if my partner liked my family or not bc he was dating me, not them, plus I've never been super close to my family. All in all, who you're with is about the two of you, others opinions are invalid.

  46. playboyv12


    3 сарын өмнө

    The “I don’t see color” may just be poor wording for “I won’t treat people of color any differently (I.e. worse)”. You have to look at the intent and context and not just purely the words.

  47. Hayden Nightingale

    Hayden Nightingale

    3 сарын өмнө

    How come nothing was asked about bringing in a white partner into a black family?

  48. Meli


    3 сарын өмнө

    White woman: I don’t see color The internet: guess she has some more learning to do ... or maybe she is medically blind.

  49. Michael Mccluskey

    Michael Mccluskey

    3 сарын өмнө

    "I don't waste one second thinking about it"... thats real!

  50. Aaron Ankrim El

    Aaron Ankrim El

    3 сарын өмнө

    This is stupid lmao

  51. 12 AM

    12 AM

    3 сарын өмнө

    I've dealt with Harpo as an entertainer at her Santa Barbara compound. Suffice it to say, she's a despicable, entitled and extremely privileged individual in the way she treats the help. Like Ellen, it's all an act and the truth will come out eventually. Just as an example, we were told not to look her or her guests in the eye or try to engage with them socially in any way. We were corralled into a small and dinghy tent for our breaks and given nothing to drink or eat although we were there for 6-8 hours. If you buy her bs you're an idiot.

  52. Gaming With Mia

    Gaming With Mia

    3 сарын өмнө

    I love this! This has been a huge segway for my husband and I to talk about the future our kids will have to face (us being a multi-ethinc family) with so much being exposed in our society and how people still to this day deny things like racism, prejudices, and injustice in the justice system. Thank you so much for creating this channel.

  53. Clifton Connor

    Clifton Connor

    4 сарын өмнө

    This is an insult to Foundational Black Americans. You do not speak for us. STFU! Acho does not represent us nor share our history or lineage. How did this garbage get any traction?

    • Clifton Connor

      Clifton Connor

      Сарын өмнө

      @The Afrodisiac And how has that been working out for us?

  54. Heidi Garske

    Heidi Garske

    4 сарын өмнө

    You need to have some couples who have been married for 30+ years, have children and have answered the questions that are left open in this episode through our life journey. These are young people who are as wise as they have the capacity to be, but do not have answers that my life 3 decades of international marriage can answer. There are many of us, so, find us.

  55. BlackBetty


    4 сарын өмнө

    As a black woman, not only did I ask my white husband will his family accept me, but I also asked “is there anyone else in your family in an interracial relationship?” I didn’t want to be the ONLY “outsider” at events. His first cousin married a Hispanic woman. His aunt married an Asian American man. His other cousin married a Nigerian. At the first barbecue, it was colorful and refreshing. I knew I chose the right man/family.

    • Nia X

      Nia X

      22 өдрийн өмнө

      I love to hear that 🙌🏽🧚🏽‍♀️

  56. J RP

    J RP

    4 сарын өмнө

    I can’t imagine anyone who isn’t racially biased in an unhealthy way being “troubled” by a loving relationship of any kind when two people are getting what they need for themselves and each other, unless perhaps the person who is “troubled” by this is emotionally immature to a large degree when it comes to dating/relationships, and jealous or just angry over their own failures to make meaningful relationships?

  57. Antoinette Goodson

    Antoinette Goodson

    4 сарын өмнө

    Somebody should really correct her on the 'I don't see color' comment!! She's going to have children!! There's so much she needs to know. PLEASE stop saying you don't see color!! We ALL see color!! Hello!! 👀 That's the point! See my color, and respect me anyway! See my color, and love me anyway! See my color and honor my culture, it's history and it's rich heritage and legacy. I hope somebody told her off camera. 🤦🏾‍♀️🤦🏾‍♀️✌🏾

  58. Jetta P

    Jetta P

    4 сарын өмнө

    Even the extended version was too short, but a good listen.

  59. Chief Rocca

    Chief Rocca

    4 сарын өмнө

    Can we also address thst Emmanuel is a 1st generation immigrant, but uses the term Black Man. I'm going out on a limb here, and he can respond for hiself, but Nigerians do not identify with Black Americans... how then can you speak for us? Emmanuel, cut it out.

  60. Chanelle Tucker

    Chanelle Tucker

    4 сарын өмнө

    How don’t you see color, while holding a black man’s hand in 20 damn 20? Unbelievable! She would of gotten more than just a face from me. I would of made sure I corrected her blindness before she said anything else, or left that chair. Make it uncomfortable like the title claims🙏🏾

  61. Jamari Egdi A

    Jamari Egdi A

    4 сарын өмнө

    I wish there were more discussions on this subject!

  62. Joe house

    Joe house

    4 сарын өмнө

    Acho, I've watched every one of your episodes and have been impressed. This episode left me "feeling some kinda way" and I was disappointed. I have dated girls from ALL races and don't think race should ever matter. Love is love. Fuck people if they have a problem.

  63. Jonathan Constant

    Jonathan Constant

    4 сарын өмнө

    The reason these conversations are all uncomfortable is that no one has it really perfect yet. E isn't perfect. Obviously everyone that he's talked to black or white hasn't had it perfect. We're all growing together. It could even be more uncomfortable than it really is right now and we could get to some even deeper stuff, but these vids are still good to have in their imperfect state.

  64. Kwezzy


    4 сарын өмнө

    That’s what makes interracial relationships so hard. I’ve always had a woman than avoids taking about race. It bothers me not being able to bring up a topic with someone your dating.

  65. Justin C

    Justin C

    4 сарын өмнө

    Emmanuel - thank you for this AMAZING content. As the white half of an interacial marriage with mixed race children, this series is a true God send that I can share with my white family. Congrats on the book, but please keep this going! I can get my white family to watch a 10 minute MNmore video but I'll never get them to read a book.

  66. Nicholas Reiser

    Nicholas Reiser

    4 сарын өмнө

    Honestly you should think if you should bring a child into this world period. That was disheartening that someone added "mixed race" when that's a made up concept anyways. Glad to hear these conversations.

  67. Jasmiri Valerio

    Jasmiri Valerio

    4 сарын өмнө

    Lindsey lost me at "I don't see color" why didn't they correct her ass lol

  68. Jordan Byrne

    Jordan Byrne

    4 сарын өмнө

    This is the best episode

  69. Jordan Byrne

    Jordan Byrne

    4 сарын өмнө

    Omg Lindsay as some (ugly)friends 😱

  70. 23ahndra


    4 сарын өмнө

    Lindsey didn’t even let PK answer a question DIRECTED AT HIM! And then said “I don’t see color”... Omg...😒

  71. Sabina van Heerwaarden

    Sabina van Heerwaarden

    4 сарын өмнө

    I don't know this lady who doesn't see color and the only thing I read is that people judge her for that. Aren't we in a time and a safe area where there is room for growth? She sits there and tells us she has to educate her self, so let's give her that space!

  72. Le_ True

    Le_ True

    4 сарын өмнө

    I love that Lindsey understands the importance of being on the same page moving forward when it comes to raising biracial children.

  73. Ju-an Sw

    Ju-an Sw

    4 сарын өмнө

    I want to encourage this show by saying the that the "colour blind" term isnt a wise term to use. We should choose to acknowledge the colour of a person's skin, it not the acknowledgement that is racial or offensive, it's when we acknowledge the colour of one's skin as less than and worthy of abuse for that reason. So I just ask that that term be given education on and we not use it as adds to wanting to ignore the racial issues that black people or any other person of an oppressed race would face.

  74. Mr Films and Random

    Mr Films and Random

    4 сарын өмнө

    I don’t particularly like it when someone says they don’t see color. I understand why people say that, but I think it’s important to acknowledge color exists because there is beauty in diversity of the human race. What we should strive to do is try not to JUDGE others because of color (and of course we will all fail at that at some point which is why these conversations are important), but we should still SEE color as a beautiful thing that makes us all unique.

  75. jessicagro


    4 сарын өмнө

    As a multiracial person, I'm left with an uneasy feeling about the sentiments shared about biracial children. Why do we feel life will be so scary for biracial / multiracial children? We're not aliens and the world does not treat us like we have two heads. We have a "person of colour" experience just like many other people of colour - which can be more positive or negative depending on where you live. I'm in my 40s now and grew up multiracial in a time when the world wasn't even considering the needs of mixed race children - we weren't yet on the radar - I always wanted the right to be "mixed" and not have to fit into the preexisting societal boxes, but that was the only "mixed race specific" problem I experienced. I never felt on the fringe of society. I was asked about my background a lot, but that's not a burden - I was always proud to talk about my heritage. Full disclosure, I grew up in Canada so I can't understand the experience a mixed person might have in the US, but my life was not at all torturous. I have always been proud to be a mixie.



    4 сарын өмнө

    Lindsey and PK both would benefit from evaluating why they are together before they get married and more importantly before they have children. The statements of "not seeing colour" and "not caring about what family and friends think if they don't like me because I'm black," WILL impact their relationship. It feels like Lindsey's statement is more about "not being seen as racist" and PK's is "defensiveness." Relationships are "specifically" about what you see and don't see in each other and the relationships you each have with other loved ones. No matter how much you love each other, your relationship can and will have impact on more than just the two of you. Of course boundaries have to be drawn so that people respect your choices as a couple. But, I believe talking about the impact of their decision to unite as a couple (interracial or not) before going into marriage is important. They should be on the same page about how to respond if their union creates conflict for other loved ones.

  77. Susan Starnes

    Susan Starnes

    4 сарын өмнө

    To say your marrying Lindsey, and not her family , is not an intelligent answer. Your wife is going to want to share you and your children with her family. I was married 26 years to a black man, I have 3 beautiful bi-racial children that are now in their 40's. My family was shocked and my mom said I could never come home if I stayed in the relationship. My husband said, your her daughter, she loves you , over time she will change her mind. She did! She visited me, she loved my children . My step father on the other had could not accept our marriage. So, until he died, I could not go home. My children were hurt when we did visit , because their cousins pictures were on the frig, my children were in the bedroom on the dresser where no visitors would see them. So to say, your not marrying the family... you have a lot to learn dude.

  78. karm82h


    4 сарын өмнө

    I feel the "I don't see color" should have been addressed. I'm a white woman and, for me, this stems from the educational system and being told by teachers "we're all the same, there are no differences", so I understand the spirit in which she says it. I understand she means "I love you as a human being, regardless of your color", but I also understand the messaging is wrong and it's important to see colour, along with all other differences, as in there lies our identity and culture. We also need to acknowledge how colour was and still is weaponised, in the US especially, every single day.

  79. Carlos Barrera

    Carlos Barrera

    4 сарын өмнө

    Love the video! CC shows Columbian when it should be Colombian. ;) #ItsColombiaNotColumbia

  80. Santi Strasser

    Santi Strasser

    4 сарын өмнө

    Colombian not Columbian. We all need to get educated.

  81. Tiffany Davis

    Tiffany Davis

    4 сарын өмнө

    I wish this interview was more in depth, or possibly have the conversations with interracial couples with more time/experience behind them and newly married. Rachel and Bryan seem to have really had the dialogue that is necessary to be in an interracial relationship.

  82. Christelle Jasmin

    Christelle Jasmin

    4 сарын өмнө

    not your best work would love to see a redo with new couples new questions

  83. Spiritworks Cinema

    Spiritworks Cinema

    4 сарын өмнө

    other Black Leaders speaking to White Allies mnmore.info/bin/video/oIPbsZBpgJHXq9I

  84. Aladin K

    Aladin K

    4 сарын өмнө

    Lol such a difference between this guy and black guys and white women this guy logical no games truth while lindsay and black guy how can we piss of a white man lol never truth out of them just games and bs.

  85. SupportingCMB


    4 сарын өмнө

    One of the things that bothered me about this conversation and there were many is the idea that the parents said they will love anyone that their children loves. To me, that’s tolerance and not acceptance. Bother said their parents would have wanted them with someone of their own group so are their parents closed minded or just wanting to save their children the struggle of not understanding their partner’s pains and challenges? Lastly, I read a survey that said the black woman is the least married out of all racial groups. Apparently they did a survey of men from different t ethnicities and the black woman was ALWAYS their last choice, even for some black men. Until black women are healed from years of pain, rejection, and abuse, they will always feel some kind of way about a black man dating a white woman especially when black men or incarcerated at a higher rate than any other group and more likely to be die a premature death.

    • ms san2016

      ms san2016

      4 сарын өмнө

      Yes maam!

  86. MissLady8806


    4 сарын өмнө

    "I don't see color" 🙄🙄🙄 I wish people would realize how problematic that is. I fear for any black children she may bear.

  87. Harry Otto

    Harry Otto

    4 сарын өмнө

    There are different colors and shapes, but no different races among people! Please stop saying „interracial“ or „outside my race“. By repeating this, you make it sound like a fact that black people would be another race than white or yellow or red. The large phenotypic variations among people can give the wrong impression of demarcable human races. But the transitions are mostly fluid and the genetic mix is ​​so extensive that the concept of race is no longer used in science today. It is simple: there are no human races! So please stop using race as a word for people’s different heritages. Thank you for these great videos and inspiring talks! Take care. Harry, a fan from Germany.

  88. amapprill


    4 сарын өмнө

    Very touching. Thank you so much!

  89. melonie brown

    melonie brown

    4 сарын өмнө

    See this - black women - "yo what does your family think?", black guy "I am marrying her, not her family" If you like it , I love it. I do think for women this aspect is far more important.

  90. Antonia Baur

    Antonia Baur

    4 сарын өмнө

    What I love about this is how tender, loving, and protective these kids are toward their spouse! They want to support and understand and also they are aware of how hard it will be for both of them, especially the Black spouse.

  91. C Curtis

    C Curtis

    4 сарын өмнө

    All you been dating lately is BLACK MEN and you don't see color??? #hardsideeye And this PK dude. He's one of those contrarian just to be contrarian type dudes. They don't talk about anything about race you can tell! I haven 't seen anything this tone deaf since Craig Melvins wife...whew chillee and they are going to raise black kids...dear lord Jesus!

  92. Myldwin Pierre

    Myldwin Pierre

    4 сарын өмнө

    People who say, how can you consciously bring a biracial child into the world…blah, blah, blah. The people who bring them into the world are not the problem, those who think like that are. Parents bring their children into the world out of love and wanting to love them. So, the parents have no such issue about their kids, it is other people making their skin color an issue. Oh, by the way, “I don’t see color” is not a good thing. So, please stop saying that. Seeing, accepting and appreciating color, now that is the ticket.

  93. ShellBell Hughes

    ShellBell Hughes

    4 сарын өмнө

    How do you NOT see color?? What does that mean??? Please see my color so you can better interact with me!

  94. Lali Gomez

    Lali Gomez

    4 сарын өмнө

    It's Colombian* , not Columbian. Columbia is a city in South Carolina, or a University in NY. Colombia, is the country in South America.... Man, this whole video pissed me off..

  95. Erin Moore

    Erin Moore

    4 сарын өмнө

    Teach your transcribers...it’s ColOmbian. Colombia.

  96. Wonder House

    Wonder House

    4 сарын өмнө

    when ur mixed and was barely educated on one part of your ethnicity as a child so you have to find out a bunch of things later on in your life that you feel like you should've known, resulting in you struggling to connect with that culture/cultural struggles and feeling like you'll never be at peace with your identity 💀

  97. msfly 1974

    msfly 1974

    4 сарын өмнө

    This is good, but White people please stop saying, I don't see color. It's ok to see I'm black.

  98. Cindy Perron

    Cindy Perron

    4 сарын өмнө

    Lindsey Vonn will definitely get heat over the 'I don't see color' comment. I wish more time was spent on this(!) The truth is that she actually DOESN'T see it. Like a fish that doesn't see the water they are swimming in, and certainly doesn't see the water that black people are swimming in. It's silly to say the water shouldn't matter as long as we love each other. Let's be grown ups. It takes special skills and strength to swim upstream vs. downstream. I grew up in middle class San Diego and had amazing black friends I loved and admired, AND who never explained to me the specific challenges they navigated as black people to succeed. It wasn't their job, true, but knowing their pain or challenges would have jolted me into seeing it as MY job to understand their world and have their back more powerfully. Thank you for this education! Now we must make good use of it...

  99. changetocome100


    4 сарын өмнө

    The bachelorette girl and her husband have a very mature and realistic relationship, the other folks sit comfortably in denial

    • McArthur's Park

      McArthur's Park

      4 сарын өмнө

      Love Rachel and Bryan. I am very confident that their marriage will succeed.

  100. Jessica Raelene

    Jessica Raelene

    4 сарын өмнө

    My friends that I've known since I was 6 are mixed (black and white), they have had to be aware of places that are safe to visit and those that are not, due to racism. Most of them have families (spouces and children, and their children are even more mixed (Mexican and Spanish mostly). They are beautiful, their kids are beautiful. Our future is mixed families and I am so looking forward to the next few generations. It isn't easy for them, especially within their dad's side (white side), because they aren't accepted by most of them. In the end, they love eachother, their husbands/wives and their children.

    • Jessica Raelene

      Jessica Raelene

      4 сарын өмнө

      @T Knight not really. I know people who get together and have mixed children with no white in them at all, once you mix races, you're mixed forever. There are "white" people who have black ancestors. Their skin may be white but their heritage is mixed forever.