Pharrell Williams on Race and Misconceptions About COVID-19

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Published on April 16, 2020

Jimmy checks in on Pharrell Williams, who talks about the misconceptions surrounding race about COVID-19, his Something in the Water festival partnering with World Central Kitchen to feed families in need and working with Global Citizen on education and the One World: Together at Home special. 

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20 comments

  • some random person 6 months ago

    5 haters have their notifications on

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  • kpop and more 6 months ago

    Im earlyyy!!! Love you man keep doing what u doin 😚😅
    Love both of u!!

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  • Sophia Priluck 6 months ago

    Ive never been this early to a comment section lol

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  • Emily Klatt 6 months ago

    Please get me to see Ariana Grande

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  • UmmYaUmm 6 months ago

    The ultimate reverse card 😂

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  • Christine Akin 6 months ago

    Hello Jimmy much luv from🇲🇾🇲🇾

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  • Nicholas Padilla 6 months ago

    I agree, that there are systemic racial issues leading to poor outcomes for African Americans, but there is also an issue within the community about recognizing the threat. We should try to encourage our minority groups to social distance rather than blaming infection rates on racism. bad outcomes are due to racism, not infections

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  • Alisha Chanel 6 months ago

    He said so many key points for people of color and I am so proud.

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  • Kirkland Gandy 6 months ago

    Kiss my white ass!!!

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  • Chris Stapleton 6 months ago

    What organization is in place to provide high speed internet to children to continue to continue schoool?

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  • BIB Nation 6 months ago

    Great talk big up to Pharrell you are way beyond talented you are a genius

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  • nano crows 6 months ago

    the fact that i saw on fox news is how the african american community is only affected by the virus really says something about our country

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  • Hermione Granger 6 months ago

    Pharrell is hoooottt!! Damn bruh

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  • Amar Kumar 6 months ago

    omantraa.com 🔥

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  • LEO BORDERS 6 months ago

    Such a strong and clear message in confusing times. Thank you

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  • Dee Dee 6 months ago

    Respectfully, Pharrell Williams, in regard to COVID19, testing was available to wealthy, famous people.
    Ordinary Citizens who were showing symptoms couldn’t (and still can’t) get testing, but the above people did, whether they were symptomatic or not.
    Last month I gave to my county food bank. I just got my disability check & I’m giving to WCK. I love that both organizations work ‘on the ground’ & immediately for people in need.

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  • mrk107 6 months ago

    It’s tough because we’re living in the last days of this system of things. 2Timothy 3:1

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  • Aj Ajaj 6 months ago

    Good points. Speaking of race, lest we forget Asian and asian americans also are unfairly being harrassed and even assaulted because of the yellow peril stereotype.

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  • Carla M 6 months ago

    I hope they upload that concert online since I dont want to miss it at work

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  • Jennifer Gulizio 6 months ago

    PLEASE HELP US ALL

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