Ta-Nehisi Coates – A Unique Take on a Familiar World in “The Water Dancer” | The Daily Show

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Published on December 10, 2019

Author Ta-Nehisi Coates shares how it felt to have Oprah pick his novel “The Water Dancer” for her book club and discusses how he developed his own interpretation of slavery. #TheDailyShow #TaNehisiCoates #TheWaterDancer

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19 comments

  • Dipraj Tamang 1 month ago

    Guess I’m the second one…..
    Huh….
    Nailed it…..
    Love you Trevor…. ❤️❤️

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  • RubyRim 1 month ago

    Oh wth why am I so early?

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  • G C 1 month ago

    The world knows many forms of slavery. The slavery from ‘Roots’ may be the most prominent but by no means to most prevalent, certainly not today. However, please keep in mind there are still millions of people living in slavery today. You just have to look more carefully.

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  • ivex crustacean YT 1 month ago

    Hi

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  • Aldo The Apache 1 month ago

    I am early

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  • Aldo The Apache 1 month ago

    10 comments

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  • Mary-jane Igwagu 1 month ago

    He’s a terrible interviewee. Yes we get that you’ve been doing press for a while but he made it seem as if trevor was forcing him to talk about stuff

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  • kisscoby I'm coby 1 month ago

    So this book is about slavery.. supernatural powers.. and women kicking ass.. sold

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  • Felix Velasquez 1 month ago

    😂

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  • Habtamu Beyene 1 month ago

    Africa won Noble peace prize!

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  • Anne Gibson 1 month ago

    I can’t wait to read this book

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  • kirui kiplangat ronald 1 month ago

    🤗🤗

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  • Ceri John Fisher 1 month ago

    So I’m #12 ?

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  • Crescendo 1 month ago

    Ayyy 22

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  • Bějay 1 month ago

    Don’t hit the like button on my comment

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  • KBDOS Ally 1 month ago

    Thanks for fighting for the descendants of Slavery. #ADOS!

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  • Aobakwe Brian Mojalefa 1 month ago

    Powerful

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  • Otis Thelonius 1 month ago

    I won’t be surprised when this book turns into a screenplay and is made and distributed through Tyler Perry Studios or Byron Allen’s Entertainment Studios.

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  • Pat Sylvest 1 month ago

    Write without demonizing people…. what a concept!

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