Ramy Youssef and Patrisse Cullors on How to Help the Fight Against Police Brutality

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Published on June 4, 2020

Ramy Youssef and Patrisse Cullors talk about leading the fight against police brutality and share different ways to help create change.

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11 comments

  • Thanh Mai 1 month ago

    It’s all about unity and keeping the conversation on social justice alive and promoting change on everyone’s platforms 🙌💯

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  • Kirby Arce 1 month ago

    Cmon I was going to be First!

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  • Parth Thakkar 1 month ago

    Seth Meyers is honestly amazing

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  • zach4ble 1 month ago

    Everyone “ethnicity” can be Racist and everyone can be subject to racism as well.. I am not white and I can tell you I have been a witness of racism of Black towards Whites.

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  • amuletk 1 month ago

    Black businesses are being destroyed by rioters. Protesters don’t destroy. They enlighten. We have so many shootings and murders in Chicago. How does BLM help to stop this?

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  • rawlinscofield osifo 1 month ago

    Don’t talk to this people on the street for forgiveness😂😂they re screening for blood of all 4 officers 👮‍♀️ 😂😂😂

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  • Mark Bjering 1 month ago

    I find it funny how it never brought up that people of color can be racists against whites too. I have tried that multiple times.
    But since blacks where slaves at one point. there is no way they would look at them self’s at racists. it’s like that just because of this on mistake in human history. then people of color can’t be racists for eternity no matter what they say. and that’s just bullshit.

    Sure I do agree that we have some bad apples out there who needs to be held accountable for their actions. but I would say very few people try to be racists.
    Then they come with the bullshit. ya, but you just don’t know your being racist.
    Racism is an action taken again another race. with malice. if your not attending it to be racist then you as a person are not a racist. sure people of color are allowed to correct something that sounded racist if the other person did not realize it. but that does not make that person racist. the same should be allowed the other way around. whites correcting colored.

    And sure i do agree that racism is also between colored people. black against Asian people. and so on.

    Ask the person if they attended it to be racist. before labeling people racist.

    This race fight is never going to end. it if keeps being brought up.
    Since people are going to disagree with some of the points always. and both sides won’t give in to the others view.

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  • Hamza Ben 1 month ago

    I’m going to say it, once and for all, SETH IS THE FUCKING BEST

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  • Joey Klu 1 month ago

    2:00 Anti-Blackness is a a multi-cultural issue distributed and/or exacerbated by colonialism. Light skin is still prized in India and other countries that were particularly devastated by white colonization.

    It’s also easy to go along with massive systems of racial injustice that have been historically used to boost other people up the wrungs of society while casting a certain type down. If you’re not Black, but you’re not caucasian and you don’t want to face exclusion or prejudice yourself, adopting the racism of the system that you want to integrate within or that promises wealth and comfort is an easy way to avoid that hostility, and that can happen without conscious awareness. That’s one of the reasons why it’s easy for antisemitic, anti-Blackness, sexist, etc., biases to spread.

    Edit: This is what we need to change. On a deep, visceral level, we need to root out and talk about openly these uncomfortable feelings and realize… it’s just a bunch of old human bullcrap that we need to let go and be vigilant for its recurrence.

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  • Margaret Bagnall 1 month ago

    Thank you for this interview. Very insightful.

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  • Hamid Baaoui 1 month ago

    I’m from Morocco and I like this show.

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