Jason Reynolds & Ibram X. Kendi – “Stamped” and the Story of Racism in the U.S. | The Daily Show

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Published on March 12, 2020

Authors Jason Reynolds and Ibram X. Kendi share how their book “Stamped” aims to illuminate racism in America in an unconventional and stimulating way. #TheDailyShow #TrevorNoah #Stamped

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  • Alvin Ncube 6 months ago

    Wow, I can wait to read it.

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  • Sama Mclarty 6 months ago

    Amazing Trevor!! I love you😘👀😏😁

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  • NOT YOU 6 months ago

    If black people would temper their penchant for conflict, that would be a major step in changing public perception.
    And the fact is, black people don’t corner the market on oppression like they seem to think they do. EVERY culture has taken it on the chin, ESPECIALLY on America.
    Do you know what the difference is? Those other cultures have rallied together via strong familial bonds in a way that blacks generally do not. No one can fix things for black people EXCEPT black people.
    Yeah, slavery was a terrible thing, but so was the Holocaust, and how the Japanese were put in concentration camps, and how the Irish immigrants were treated…..the list goes on. What do those event have in common?
    They’re in the PAST.

    Black people need to change public perception for the better through both individual and collective behavior.

    THAT will be the only thing that will matter. Until then, complaining about slavery is only gonna get played out as history wears on. What’s even the point of continuing to bring it up now? To keep black people angry and defensive?
    Black people need to heal from WITHIN.
    They can only do that themselves.

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  • Cinnsere 6 months ago

    That’s his first book (awesome btw) his 2nd book How to be an Anti-Racist, is very good as well. Just finished both within the last month or so, highly recommend most people read them.

    Corrections:
    I confused this book with Stamped From the Beginning . I’ll have to pic this up and give it a read.
    Also his first book was The Black Campus Movement.

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  • API Labs 6 months ago

    Hope it’s good, I’ll chance it

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  • Charles Manson 6 months ago

    Daylight come n me wan go home aaayyyyooooooo

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  • LONGDILONG SANGTAM 6 months ago

    Trevor so bae❣️❣️❣️❣️

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  • sandile msibi 6 months ago

    walk

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  • Ish 6 months ago

    I think racism started before the transatlantic slave trade, lol…

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  • Nryn Srma 6 months ago

    Hey great

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  • rich rich 6 months ago

    Took a class in college. Wrote a paper on Africa in the past based on a book. White TA said you can’t write like that. And that’s not what happened. Got a D.

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  • celine cel 6 months ago

    how can i maintain hope in this word? deep question with deeper answers

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  • Ruthie Bella 6 months ago

    Young people: History is worth learning because “Those who do not remember or learn the past are condemned to repeat it.”

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  • Lisa Williams 6 months ago

    Just bought the audiobook version so I can listen to it with my sons.

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  • lil stckr 6 months ago

    I LOVE YOU TREVOR… YOU’RE GONNA INTERVIEW ME SOMEDAY..

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  • Tania Thomas 6 months ago

    “Ghetto and Thug are just new code words for the N-word”. Truth!

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  • invalidname43 6 months ago

    to the people in the comments below please before you blindly believe this is a good thing , please get educated, anti racism is just racism with extra steps.

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  • Filipe Albuquerque 6 months ago

    Holly shiiz I am totally an ally against racism but slavery goes way back, like before Greece. Other than that great to see publishing for the younger generations.

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  • quest 77051 6 months ago

    DEEP

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  • Christiaan De Klerk 6 months ago

    Wtf just happened I just left a comment and it disappeared

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