Celebrating Black History | The Daily Show

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Published on February 27, 2020

The Daily Show salutes legendary black leaders Nelson Mandela, Winnie Mandela, Martin Luther King Jr., Aretha Franklin and Franklin from “Peanuts.” #TheDailyShow

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  • Renata Cantore- Gross 4 months ago

    I really appreciated Black History month from your South African perspective, Trevor.
    My only problem with the presentation was Dulcie spreading the story of MLK, Jr’s affairs which were lies made up by the CIA.

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  • ineedmoney121 4 months ago

    south africans “you strike a woman, you strike a rock!!”

    saudis “you strike a woman with a rock”

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  • Howie Grossman 4 months ago

    Love Mandela

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  • mary jones 4 months ago

    all that i can say is, ‘wow’! beautifully done, ty mr noah and mr wood. i remember too the day when pres mandela came to the town where i lived after his release from prison. i was stone broke but paid the money for the tickets for myself and my son anyway. had to pawn my sewing machine but it was worth it! everyone who spoke was moving but when he spoke, it was powerful, electrifying! my son still remembers it too, after all of these decades.

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  • Ray Orozco 4 months ago

    How is that in Africa they had segregation which 99 percent is black omg wish they would come to Mexico n do this BS they ass would be knocked out

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  • Ry Sun 4 months ago

    A lot of white peoples power comes from oppression of other peoples. Most races have no problems sharing equally with white people but history has shown that white people crave power at others expense.

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  • Tba Zizou 4 months ago

    “Whoever can get the police to stop shooting black folks can get it tuhhnightttt bih” 😂😂🤣🤣

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  • Howie Grossman 4 months ago

    A true amazing man 😘😘👍

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  • E Stars 4 months ago

    Powerful show. Thank you! Uhuru

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  • Sibongiseni N Bhengu 4 months ago

    Winnie gets less than 10 seconds? 😩. More please

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  • Peter Meyer 4 months ago

    R.E.S.P.E.C.T.

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  • True Black Knight 4 months ago

    RIP to African Americans greatest heroes and heroines 💯✊🏾

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  • Tamerat Broglio 4 months ago

    Can’t wait til Trevor gets more recognition, he deserves it

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  • Lillian Fiori 4 months ago

    Who has heard of the Mandela Affect

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  • Sérgio Severo 4 months ago

    Thank you.

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  • Howie Grossman 4 months ago

    Trevor Noah truly represents

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  • ne0nZchr0me 4 months ago

    I can’t believe I’ve had the fortunate experience of performing on the same stage as her at the Washington National Opera House… it wasn’t the stage that was most exhilarating but the impact all of the invaluable history walked upon the same stage with the same views and feelings looking out to that grand house

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  • Ann deedrich 4 months ago

    I was 13 when i met the great legend mandela. He was the newly elected president and i was chosen to be part of a performance that highlighted the history of islam in south africa. 3 students from the school i attended was chosen to participate in the production . I was the
    youngest of the 3 and it was an honour to be chosen to entertain the president and i got to spend time talking to nelson mandela. I was 13 but i was well aware of who nelson mandela was and how he was instrumental in my freedom . I was 5 when i was dragged by a white officer for being in the toilet reserved for white people. I witnessed the men in my family being held at gun point by the police. I witnessed my father being taken by the police . I knew at the age of 13 what nelson mandelas impact had on my life . I knew that my dad is safe because of freedom, i knew that a white cop could not hurt me anymore and i knew that i could finally go to campsbay beach toilets without being dragged out because of my brown skin. Meeting nelson mandela brought tears to my eyes and i was only 13. I thanked him and held his hand and he was my and still is my hero

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  • Sara Freeman 4 months ago

    SA sucked now instead of fighting those are taking over their own country, they fight with other Africans whom works and own Bussines shame!!!!!

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  • Ry Sun 4 months ago

    It’s ok to talk about Martin Luther King and the affairs he had but if you talk about Kobi Bryant and his affair you get cursed out and threatened. Both are still legends they just human

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