John Legend – “Bigger Love” and the Black Lives Matter Movement | The Daily Social Distancing Show

Published on June 25, 2020

John Legend shares his thoughts on the Black Lives Matter movement and discusses his new album “Bigger Love.” #DailyShow #TrevorNoah #JohnLegend

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  • Heaven Sent Hell Proof 1 year ago


  • Baltimoregenie19 1 year ago

    Caucasian Girl puts Racist Caucasian People on Blast!! And Reveals Color People Values!!

  • gradeapattersonjr 1 year ago

    How many babys you sold this week John?

  • Zaffar Ch 1 year ago

    I’m big fan of you sir

  • S.A.M McNaughty 1 year ago

    Trevor please tell your mom thanks for giving birth to you.💝🙏🖤💙⏰💙

  • So WhoIsMilton 1 year ago

    BLM is not a Movement its a Anti Capitalist Anti U.S. Constitution Para Military group. Like Antifa, They Explout Isolated Incidents to Justify their Anarchy to destory America. Black Lives has nothing to do with their agenda . .

  • LaoGe 1 year ago

    My comment is not based on this video, i just saw Black Lives Matter in the headline and i remember that they have a Website where you can Donate money. I woudnt Donate money! I saw a Video where they explain how they scam you. If you go on the Website (blacklivematter) and click Donate you will get on another Website and if you Google this website (actblue, you can see it in the URL after you click Donate) it is a scam. they use the money for other purpose like Donating to Politicans and less in the Black Community

  • JBG Art 1 year ago


  • Spades Craze1 1 year ago

    More Love in the world. Less hate in the world. Just imagine the beauty. The damage hate does internally and so many ways 🧫💊📈⚰💉 if we could only see🔎 it, shocking. How to live longer⏳? How to enjoy life more🎡🛶🏒🎳🏈🏀⚾️? Love more🥂💝💑 Your organs will thank you! Goodbye 🏥🚑⚰Hello joy,🌎🏖 🤸‍♂️🌄🌈 life.

  • Oliver Seiler 1 year ago

    where is that racebaiting bubba smolliet, or what is his name?

  • Derrick Knight 1 year ago

    Trevor why are “they” always testing things on Africans first ?

  • Kit Cal 1 year ago

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  • MLG GAMER 1 year ago

    I love John Legend. He’s one of my favorite artistes to listen to.

  • TheHumanSpirit 1 year ago

    With respect, I like to give everyone’s point of view a fair shake regardless of who they are or the size of their microphone. That said, here we go:

    1. Black American & Former Police Officer Brandon Tatum:

    2. NYPD speech with press:

    3. The Hodge Twins:

    4. South African parliamentary member (Trevor’s home country) calls for genocide against whites:

    5. The Black Panther Party leader (The Black KKK) calls for murdering white babies and the left-wing American media yawned:

    There are countless more, but I’m trying to keep it simple. Bottom line, treat everyone with respect. And as far as possible – without surrender – try to be on good terms with everyone. Black, white, grey and so on. Character is king. Skin tone is meaningless. Trevor Noah is an overly polished, arrogant know-it-all whose understanding of reality is blinded by his ego and lack of humility. The man wears suits costing more than my paycheck, has his own nationally televised show, and somehow he’s in the category of the oppressed. Right.

  • Mangasar Mangasarian 1 year ago

    plain and simple , most of our lives matter very little. If you will not be remembered 10 years after you die your life does not matter. I can’t remember anything about my great grand parents.
    Most of us are highly replaceable. This is how it works. someone we know dies. We tell the relatives of the deceased how sorry we are. We go home and say to ourselves “Thank “imaginary deity” it was not me. And we go on. Till it is our turn …. Abraham Lincoln Ben Franklin George Washington George Washington Carver Martin Luther KIng . These lives mattered. If you are not curing cancer or
    finding a vaccine for Covid, you are replaceable. I am too, The difference is. I admit it. This being said , no asshole cop has the right to decide this! so may he rot in prison! And have a big black cell mate.
    Remember : THose who believe in life after death, will not be disappointed , because they will be dead. You can’t disappoint a dead guy

  • ATLSweetieXOXO 1 year ago

    Keep applying pressure! But is your name missing from the petitions for Atatiana, Breonna, Tamsla & more? Start here

  • MLG GAMER 1 year ago

    I agree with John I too miss the audience. It’s the sense of community, togetherness that was there

  • kerrie vincent 1 year ago

    I swear Trevor always has some amazing guests. Like no matter who you are, Or what kinda music you listen to, I think EVERYONE knows who John legend is. And I feel like I say the same thing about every other guest he has on too lol. No other host brings in the big names that Trevor does on a daily basis.

  • Jacob Israel 1 year ago

    I’m for racial justice just not Marxist communism the far left are way to crazy n lost , if y’all don’t realize that the black lives matter fist is actually a communist fist it’s kinda sad

  • Mary H 1 year ago

    I had no idea hoodies came in so many colors.

  • Tanya Walters 1 year ago

    I agree John has a great voice not just singing.

  • REAL SHID 1 year ago

    Two Betas

  • Science! 1 year ago

    Acknowledgment of the facts is the only way any sort of meaningful progress is going to be made, an inconvenient truth is STILL a truth:

    You can keep deleting my comments, but that doesn’t change the reality we face.

  • Anthony Stone 1 year ago

    Equality for all!

  • Terrell Spivey 1 year ago

    To every white person who reads this post, as a young black man who is saved, sanctified, filled with the Holy Ghost, and has a renewed mind thru the Word of God, let me tell you this, as long as you’re not a racists now, you do not need to feel guilty for racism in the past, especially if you’re a born again believer! Satan is the accuser of the brethren and it’s him who wants you to feel guilty, ashamed and condemned! Don’t join the ridiculous guilt trip the world is circulating! If you are a racist(white or black), then the Holy Spirit is convicting you even now to make a change. But understand this, God forgives, forgets, delivers and heals all because of Jesus Christ, so a person of any color who digs up the past with the intent to instigate and stir up hate, that person hasn’t experienced true salvation and forgiveness thru Christ Jesus or either has experienced it, but has forgotten that they too have a sinful past and man can dig up dirt concerning them too! If there’s guilt in your heart, it’s probably because you need to BoW your knEE to JeSuS, believe in your heart, and confess with your mouth that Jesus Christ is Lord! I’m sick of the devil creating petty racial tension! We gotta continue to war in the Spirit!

  • Prophet YouTube 1 year ago

    Hahaha 😂…

  • HareKrishna777 1 year ago

    Are you Black people… Just go and be happy with your people in your own neighborhoods… Just go and be happy with your people… Why can’t you guys just go and be happy with your people… Same with all the Mexicans why can’t you just go and be happy with your people why do you have to button on the main stream of white peoples environment… We’re not putting it on the main stream of your environment in your TV shows in the covers of your magazines and all of that stuff you just so insanely jealous about of white people… Just go and be happy with your people and stop complaining and be grateful for what you have!

  • Brady Lane 1 year ago

    What’s with the hoodie? You look like a slob rioter

  • Lord Baxter 1 year ago

    In case you were wondering what the democrats are doing instead of helping children

  • Walter Duranty 1 year ago

    “4 Things the Liberal Media Won’t Tell You About Black Lives Matter” 25 June 2020
    1. Are BLM Leaders ‘Trained Marxists?’
    The Black Lives Matter movement began after the 2013 shooting death of Trayvon Martin, 17, in Sanford, Florida, and picked up after the fatal police shooting of Michael Brown, 18, in 2014 in Ferguson, Missouri.
    The group’s co-founders are Patrisse Khan-Cullors, Opal Tometi, and Alicia Garza, all of them black women.
    “The first thing, I think, is that we actually do have an ideological frame,” Khan-Cullors said in a 2015 interview with Real News Network. “Myself and Alicia in particular are trained organizers. We are trained Marxists.”
    We are super-versed on, sort of, ideological theories. And I think that what we really tried to do is build a movement that could be utilized by many, many black folk. We don’t necessarily want to be the vanguard of this movement. I think we’ve tried to put out a political frame that’s about centering who we think are the most vulnerable amongst the black community, to really fight for all of our lives.
    Khan-Cullors, who serves as strategic adviser to the Black Lives Matter Global Network Foundation, is an artist and organizer from Los Angeles, according to the group’s website.
    Khan-Cullors, 36, is also the founder of Dignity and Power Now, a group that advocates for incarcerated people and their families. A Fulbright scholar, she is the New York Times best-selling author of the book “When They Call You a Terrorist.”
    Garza, an organizer in Oakland, California, is also special projects director for the National Domestic Workers Alliance, an advocacy group for domestic workers.
    Garza, 39, was named to The Root’s 2016 list of 100 African American achievers and influencers and is the recipient of the 2016 Glamour Women of the Year Award and the 2016 Marie Claire New Guard Award. She was recognized as a Community Change Agent at the BET’s 2016 Black Girls Rock Awards.
    While two founders of Black Lives Matter are on the West Coast, Tometi works out of New York. The group’s website describes her as a “Nigerian-American writer, strategist, and community organizer” and a “transnational feminist.”
    Tometi, 35, created online platforms and social media strategy during the early days of the movement.
    She also is executive director of the Black Alliance for Just Immigration and, according to the website, is featured at the National Museum of African American History and Culture in Washington.
    2. What’s the Official Organization?
    More than one Black Lives Matter appears to exist, but the one primary associated with its best-known founders and that receives the largest level of donations is the Black Lives Matter Global Network Foundation.
    According to the group’s website, the organization has a national network of about 40 chapters.
    The Black Lives Matter Global Network Foundation didn’t respond directly to questions from The Daily Signal. After two days of inquiries, spokesman Jordan Jackson said in an email that the organization was “inundated” with media requests.
    “Should someone be available to fulfill this request,” Jackson wrote, “I will circle back here as soon as possible.”
    In 2016, the left-leaning grantmaker Thousand Currents, a 501(c)(3) nonprofit group, became the financial sponsor of the Black Lives Matter Global Network Foundation.
    As a result, the foundation doesn’t have its own tax-exempt status and is instead a project of Thousand Currents that doesn’t yet have to file what are called 990 forms with the Internal Revenue Service.
    Thousand Currents reported $3.35 million in donations earmarked for the BLM Global Network Foundation in 2019, according to Capital Research Center, a watchdog group for nonprofits.
    Pledges of donations skyrocketed after the May 25 death of Floyd, a handcuffed black man, in police custody in Minneapolis. Those donors include major corporations.
    “Thousand Currents has been a fiscal sponsor of BLM since 2016, and serves as the back office support, including finance, accounting, grants management, insurance, human resources, legal and compliance. Donations to BLM are restricted donations to support the activities of BLM,” Thousand Currents said in an email to The Daily Signal.
    It deferred other questions to the BLM Global Network Foundation.
    Thousand Currents reportedly gave a total of $90,130 in grants to the Santa Clarita, California-based Black Lives Matter Foundation, according to its tax filings for fiscal years 2017 and 2018.
    This second organization, according to BuzzFeed, is a one-man operation separate from the Black Lives Matter Global Network Foundation. After Floyd’s death, the foundation in Santa Clarita raked in $4.3 million in donations, BuzzFeed reported.
    To add to the mix, a separate Movement for Black Lives has financial sponsorship from the Alliance for Global Justice.
    The W.K. Kellogg Foundation gave a three-year $900,000 grant through Thousand Currents to help organize local BLM Global Network Foundation chapters, according to Capital Research Center.
    More recently, several major corporations announced they were donating to Black Lives Matter.
    Amazon announced it would give $10 million to 12 groups, including BLM Global Network Foundation, while Microsoft vowed to give $250,000 to it. Airbnb announced it is giving a total of $500,000 to the NAACP and the BLM Global Network Foundation.
    The George Soros-backed Open Society Foundations reportedly contributed about $33 million to groups associated with the Black Lives Matter movement. However, it isn’t clear whether that money made it to the BLM Global Network Foundation, according to Capital Research Center.
    3. What Does the Organization Want?
    Black Lives Matter Global Network Foundation doesn’t hide its more out-of-the mainstream views, although many of them are stated in broad terms.
    “We disrupt the Western-prescribed nuclear family structure requirement by supporting each other as extended families and ‘villages’ that collectively care for one another, especially our children, to the degree that mothers, parents, and children are comfortable,” the organization says on its website.
    The website uses the word “comrades” several times, in one instance to say: “We practice empathy. We engage comrades with the intent to learn about and connect with their contexts.”
    Although the organization states that “We are unapologetically Black in our positioning,” it focuses heavily on something that traditionally has not been part of African American activism—sexual orientation and gender identity:
    We make space for transgender brothers and sisters to participate and lead. … We are self-reflexive and do the work required to dismantle cisgender privilege and uplift Black trans folk, especially Black trans women who continue to be disproportionately impacted by trans-antagonistic violence. …
    We build a space that affirms Black women and is free from sexism, misogyny, and environments in which men are centered.
    Black Lives Matter Global Network Foundation says it is a “queer-affirming network.”
    “When we gather, we do so with the intention of freeing ourselves from the tight grip of heteronormative thinking, or rather, the belief that all in the world are heterosexual (unless s/he or they disclose otherwise),” it says.
    It also fights age discrimination, stating: “We cultivate an intergenerational and communal network free from ageism.”
    4. What Is Thousand Currents?
    Thousand Currents, which underwrites the Black Lives Matter Global Network Foundation, describes itself as an organization that “envisions a world where humanity thrives as a creative force that is in reciprocal [sic] and interdependent with nature, and creates loving, equitable and just societies.”
    Notably, the vice chairwoman of the board of directors for Thousand Currents is Susan Rosenberg, a convicted felon who participated in bombing buildings in the Northeast and Washington, D.C.
    In an email Wednesday, The Daily Signal asked Thousand Currents about Rosenberg’s position on the board of directors. That morning, the organization’s webpage about the board included a short bio of Rosenberg. By late afternoon, that page no longer was available and a message said: “Ooops. Sorry. This page doesn’t exist.”
    Rosenberg was part of M19, short for May 19th Communist Organization. Her memoir “An American Radical,” details her 16 years in federal prison.
    At her sentencing hearing in 1984, Rosenberg urged supporters to “continue to fight for the defeat of U.S. imperialism.”
    “One of the biggest bombs they had went off in the U.S. Capitol and tore up that fine Democratic slave owner John C. Calhoun’s portrait,” Capital Research Center’s Walter said of Rosenberg and M19. “The Weather Underground wasn’t really radical enough for her. Some of those people ended up wimping out and going off to be stock brokers and whatever. That wasn’t good enough for her and she stayed radical.”
    M19’s bombings reportedly were for the sake of causing enough disruption to prevent President Ronald Reagan’s reelection in 1984. Rosenberg was a member of the Weather Underground in the 1960s. President Bill Clinton commuted her 58-year sentence on his last day in office in January 2001.
    According to Capital Research Center, Thousand Currents also is a grant-making organization that assists various other left-of-center causes and has focused heavily on opposing genetically modified organisms.
    Donors include the John D. and Catherine T. MacArthur Foundation, the NoVo Foundation, and the Libra Foundation. It had annual revenue of $6.8 million in 2018.

  • Eugene van Wyk 1 year ago

    Lockdown…….soon it will be locked up. ENJQY the last bit of FREEDQM.

  • R R 1 year ago

    And the winner of hoodies goes to Tervor . He killed ever color, but I’m actually confused as to why he wear hoodies in June . The last time I checked June is summer in June .

  • Blink Zove 1 year ago

    NO. Trever! You’re WRONG. This movement is WRONG. All of this is WRONG. You’re not oppressed, you are free!

    ANY of the money donated to this cause is CORRUPT. They are ONLY stirring up the masses with misinformation, propaganda, and using violence to say “we want our rights!”
    You HAVE your rights! You HAVE them.

    My god, this movement is just fucking bullshit! All of the people joining them are racists!

    I know what that stupid cop did was wrong. WRONG. We need to uproot our entire congress, reduce their pay and benefits and their terms and to implement a 90 day probationary period for all congress members who are freshly elected to see if they are committed to this country. Elect quality people.

    This movement has lost its cause and that’s the injustice.

    I’m all over the place but this movement a claimed nothing but violence in my neighborhood. Fuck the BLM movment. Fuck YOU

  • Ronnie Hartley 1 year ago

    There is not a person alive today who was a slave or slave owner.

    With the hundreds of black only clubs in America today, it couldn’t be more TRUE that African Americans want segregation.

    Here are a few examples:

    100 Black Men of America

    African American Planning Commission (AAPC)

    African American Speaker Bureau (AASB)

    Be Someone, Inc.

    Black Culinarians Alliance (BCA)

    Blacks In Government (BIG)

    Black Wall Street USA

    Black Women In Sisterhood For Action (BISA)

    Jack and Jill of America

    Miss Black USA

    National Action Council For Minorities in Engineering (NACME)

    National Action Network

    National Association of the Advancement of Colored People (NAACP)

    National Association of Black Hotel Owners, Operators and Developers (NABHOOD)

    National Association of Black Storytellers (NABS

    National Association of Blacks In Criminal Justice (NABCJ)

    National Association of Market Developers (NAMD)

    National Black Child Development Institute (NBCDI)

    National Society of Black Engineers (NSBE)


    ALL who fall for the RACIST nonsense are brainwashed sheep to the slaughter.

  • Sah Di 1 year ago

    So will we stop letting women be degraded in music as bit@#$ and worse? Will we esteem them and treat them like the queens they are? If we take away their value by our words, how can they even value themselves? Life imitates art. Smh

  • Koort Wallien 1 year ago

    People, do not support this fake fundraiser if you really care about black justice. Watch Candace Owens’ video for the truth.

  • rich attom 1 year ago

    racist group BLM


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