Educate Your White Friends with Blacklexa | The Daily Social Distancing Show

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Published on June 27, 2020

Introducing Blacklexa: it answers your white friends’ questions about race so you don’t have to. #DailyShow #TrevorNoah #Blacklex

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40 comments

  • Kim Cham 2 months ago

    👍😂

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  • yo doodler 2 months ago

    1:06 avocado toast lmao

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  • Angie Flores 2 months ago

    This is hilarious 😂

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  • Magnus of Backwater 2 months ago

    Nice showing of racial stereotypes, Stepstewart.

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  • box score watcher 2 months ago

    Buy your white friends a Blacklexa for Christmas.

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  • Ella Ella 2 months ago

    Please. Please make it real.

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  • Oracle Of Delphi 2 months ago

    Lydec has a great voice for infomercials.

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  • Adam Krause 2 months ago

    I probably need this.

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  • Kristin Bradshaw 2 months ago

    That was hilarious!

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  • Melvia Sheppard 2 months ago

    I don’t find this funny at ALL !!! Why stop at AMERICAN BLACKS ? I’m sure that Trevor can make being raped, beaten and killed funny at the expense of any race. UNSUBSCRIBED !!!!!!

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  • Dee Dee 2 months ago

    Okay, you are really getting on my last nerve, SERIOUSLY!
    When a Black Person asks me, with any type of genuine concern, how I FEEL BEING A HEBREW, I’ll ask or care about them being Black. OKAY, DEAL? Now shut the [expletive deleted] up!

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  • Financial Matter 2 months ago

    Was she holding avocado toast 🥑

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  • Just Cause 2 months ago

    Every time I see a stereotype skit I don’t think it’s “socially enlightened” but does make me wonder about the people you hang with!! The effort in which people put into a false narrative of race & the promotion of Racism while maintaining its not racist, hilarious!! If you believe race is literally based of skin pigmentation, you are a racist, to impress upon other this concept is a prompting Racism. How are y’all going to stop something your so enthusiastic participating in?? Science>baseball card racism!! #youaintblack

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  • Havelock 2 months ago

    I need one

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  • Naam kan niet leeg zijn 2 months ago

    Watch and wake up….Afrika and Amerika both start with an A
    https://youtu.be/83Dj-HxGFqk

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  • Outside Stuff 2 months ago

    Why is everyone hating on greenbook? Am I missing something?

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  • Jeff Slarve 2 months ago

    I’d like to speak to the assistant manager please

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  • Bunny 2 months ago

    Anyone has advice for dealing with racist neighbors that are willing to play victim and call the police on you bcz you’re black and moved into a predominantly white neighborhood?

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  • Dan 2 months ago

    At first glance I thought the title was “execute” your

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  • Fboss 9144 2 months ago

    This is like that alexa silver

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  • Eljay Oboh 2 months ago

    Now, this is serious racism

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  • Sir Kay 2 months ago

    Couldn’t think of anything smart to say today, so, i’m going to zip it.

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  • Jo Bill 2 months ago

    All lives matter.

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  • Geoffroy Laville 2 months ago

    It is racist but it is so funny….

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  • Svitojus 2 months ago

    Greenbook is a bad film?

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  • 22ishetgetal 2 months ago

    As much as I admire the intent behind these sketches, they do enforce the perceived divide between white and black and build on stereotyping that is the problem in the first place.

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  • Ray Gibson 2 months ago

    Aaaaaaahahahaha … keep us laughing, man!

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  • none none 2 months ago

    Hey Blacklexa, turn on the T.V.. Blacklexa: “Foo, get YO own remote. I AIN’T yo slave. You don’t OWN me!”

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  • Wadiz Tru 2 months ago

    Keep em coming y’all. Nice.

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  • Mahadevian 2 months ago

    What about blapple?

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  • Fab Funty 2 months ago

    No justice no peas? Not even black eyed ones ?

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  • T W 2 months ago

    All people are “people of color”, including our friends with pink skin. I think we should start a “white face” movement where people of all colors paint their faces white to criticize the use of the term “white”, which is itself racist, since the popularization of the term “white people” was done solely and specifically for the purpose of subjugating and creating power over “people of color”. “White people” is synonymous with “superior” and we need to stop using the term as a social identifier.

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  • Kristina Hepnarová 2 months ago

    T W
    : “All people are “people of color”, including our friends with pink skin. I think we should start a “white face” movement where people of all colors paint their faces white to criticize the use of the term “white”, which is itself racist, since the popularization of the term “white people” was done solely and specifically for the purpose of subjugating and creating power over “people of color”. “White people” is synonymous with “superior” and we need to stop using the term as a social identifier.” Can’t agree more.

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  • Cole Kazmier 2 months ago

    Y’all really gonna fight racism by being racist? Saying that white people have problems and need to be taught how to communicate to the black community? This isn’t about equality for you liberals, it’s about superiority. MAGA 20!

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  • George Orwell 2 months ago

    I have to say to me all lives truely matter. Thats just a fact. Replacing a dogma with new dogmas is stupid, eventhough your guys hearth is in the right place setting up language restriction will just make the majority angry… All lives matter period.

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  • Jakub Kliś 2 months ago

    There is only one reasonable answer to someone trying to make you ashamed of a color of your skin and it is kicking him down a flight of stairs.

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  • Eliphas Leary 2 months ago

    Does it have a Roy Wood Jr. setting?

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  • jammadamma 2 months ago

    Whitelexa, I’m confused – are all white people privilege-oblivious, wimpy-looking, potted plant instagramming, avocado-toast-eating, Whole Foods and IKEA-shopping stereotypes made up by black comedians?

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  • Vallez Hargett 2 months ago

    Think about it do you really have” white Friends ” watch your self around ” your friends” and yeah I’m black

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  • Fauler Perfektionist 2 months ago

    I like to think I’m pretty progressively minded, but I _keep_ being surprised by just how persistent the US’s racist legacy is about finding creative ways to hang on. I mean a _towering statue_ of a _Confederate general_ in a _major US city?_ What the hell could the motivation behind _that_ be? Didn’t we _defeat_ them?
    Now I think it’s good listening to _music_ by Black recording artists and watching _movies_ about Black characters, but I’m trying to acquaint myself a little better with _books_ about important times in Black history. Right now, I’m working my way through _Brown v. Board of Education_ by James T. Patterson. It has been illuminating and insightful (albeit, embarrassing). One recurrent theme among people who favored continued segregation was the conflation of Black people into a single, monolithic persona with no individual, identifying traits; no concept of the ways that Black people differ from each other.
    Anyhow, pardon the brief digression. What other books do you folks think would make good reading for me on this subject?

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