Tarana Burke & Brené Brown – Vulnerability Through the Lens of the Black Experience | The Daily Show

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Published on April 28, 2021

Activist Tarana Burke and researcher Brené Brown discuss helping the Black community confront trauma through their new collection of essays, “You Are Your Best Thing: Vulnerability, Shame Resilience, and the Black Experience.” #DailyShow #TaranaBurke #BrenéBrown

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  • Thz Tan 2 years ago

    Powerful convo from all 3of them👍👍👍

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  • Jenifer Naidoo 2 years ago

    Thank you ladies for your work…hope it reaches everyone who needs it

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  • Solo Skipper 2 years ago

    This is all the result of politicians putting all of us at another group of americans throats claiming they are responsible for the corrupt actions of bad politicians

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  • Rebecca Aronhalt Yokum 2 years ago

    Austin Channing Brown, not Tatum!

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  • Amanda Kantzer 2 years ago

    Really hope everyone can learn from these 2 amazing women. We have a long ways to go still.

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  • Penny Robe 2 years ago

    Impactful interview – thank you

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  • Siyx 2 years ago

    I want to understand what is going on, why do some people see racism and other don’t? This is clearly another hit piece on white people. 9:00 Literal says For white folks, what story do we have to tell ourselves to be okay with that, what story are you making up? to release yourself from any ownership. Were are all these people, who are okay with blatant racism? Are they are majority? are they a minority? These questions should not be aimed at one race, but to society as a whole.
    Demonizing people and saying they are making up excuses to be okay with racism, seems like “race baiting” to me.
    Honestly I want us all to live in peace and be treated fairly. Exactly what our founding documents state. I just want to understand so I can make the correction in myself and spread the world to all my peers.
    Thank you to anyone that reads this 🙂

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  • Cheryl Howard 2 years ago

    This is such a well done interview and what a powerful conversation! Thank you. Just bought the book and can’t wait to read. 🥰

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  • Ruth Doe 2 years ago

    If You’re worried about Zero achievement this Year, think of someone who achieved everything and was buried yesterday. Being alive is the biggest achievement today.♥️🙏

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  • A P 2 years ago

    Amazing that a guy who race baits 24/7 was cool with Joe Biden saying “black and Hispanic people in rural areas don’t know how to go online” and “you aint black if you don’t vote for me”

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  • A P 2 years ago

    Liberals won’t rest until they make everyone a victim.

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  • HeatherFeather 2 years ago

    Great, thought-provoking interview – Thanks

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  • Emi 2 years ago

    Love both of these women immensely their work for humanity is ✨✨✨

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  • K Singh 2 years ago

    I was listing to this peripherally and had to stop what I was doing. Very captivating! These women are so knowledgeable and so well spoken.

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  • Allen Em 2 years ago

    Me Too died when you didn’t defend Tara Reade. So you have zero credibility in any other subject.

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  • Karen Lu 2 years ago

    Wow! For the relatively short amount of time this segment is, it is full of flavor and meaningful. I loved hearing about what they each learned from the book! I’m buying that book. Thank you Trevor. How’s your Grandmother?

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  • Tabish Shaikh 2 years ago

    https://youtu.be/86eTsOlVgco

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  • wendy longville 2 years ago

    I saw how some people reacted to the policeman who was attacked at the capital and had a heart attack..when he shows his hurt ,they have attacked him as being a baby. People who don’t have access to help need to realize that your humanity should be as appreciated as any other. You don’t have to be perfect..just be trying to get better as you live.💙

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  • Sizakele Diya 2 years ago

    Amazing job you done 👏 , I can’t wait to read the book. Proud black Woman all the way from South Africa 🇿🇦 🌍 ❤ 🙌

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  • Michael44 2 years ago

    8 Examples…Baltimore, since 1947 has had a single Republican mayor and 13 Democratic mayors; For 64 of those 74 years, the city has been run by Democrats. Detroit has had eight Democratic Mayors and no Republicans since 1962 — 59 years. Chicago has had 10 Democrats and no Republicans in 90 years. Philadelphia has had 10 Democrats and no Republicans in 69 years St. Louis, similarly has had nine Democratic mayors and no Republicans in 68 years; Boston has had 12 Democrats and no Republicans in 91 years; Los Angeles has had five Democrats and a single Republican in the 60 years. New York, has had 15 different mayors since 1917, nine of whom were Democrats. Each of these cities is among the largest in America and arguably has some of the worst metrics. Three of the eight are leading cities for murders; four have the highest crime rates, four have managed to make the Forbes “Most Miserable Cities” list, and at least two are at economic risk. It is worth noting that each of these cities has large — and largely poor — black communities. Many African Americans, sold on the concept that the Democrats represent the little guy, have consistently helped get these Democrats elected. I would ask the black voters of these cities to seriously question whether they believe their lives have been materially improved since their grandparents lived there. Despite a half century of promises, it takes little reflection to agree that life in urban black communities has improved only marginally, if at all. While Democrats are fast to point out the problems are the result of “the drug war” or the “unbridled capitalism” of white-owned businesses who took jobs away, you will never hear them look inward and consider that perhaps their leadership and well-meaning but poorly advised liberal social agendas are to blame for much of the misery in poor urban communities.

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  • Callibor 31 2 years ago

    A massive group of vulnerable people is actually way stronger than any form of power. Stronger than the people with guns. Stronger than a small group of people in The White House. Why do I think so? One, without the people, the government won’t understand it’s own roots. Two, not to say that people are weak with guns, but they are the influence of making guns. Without the mind to create weapons, we wouldn’t know our own weaknesses the way that we are seeing right now. And three, you are always in need of somebody. And who isn’t? You can’t escape people. Whether you like them or not, they are suffering just as much as you are. You have to know your weaknesses and your strengths in order to make a movement with the people. And money is one massive kryptonite for all of us as we lose attention to care for other people. Money is not bad to have, but you have to work with people and figure out how we can combine our dollars and do more with our money as a group. Families are suffering no matter what the amount of money, all families are suffering while money is depleting. We have to do something about it.

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  • Mary Kay Pobocik 2 years ago

    Great interview!

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  • Glorious Exceptionalism 2 years ago

    Ms Burke is a hero!

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  • L burm 2 years ago

    Humanity works both ways.

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  • Bella Hermosa 2 years ago

    I was taking a nap. I guess I missed something.

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  • Jennifer Fong 2 years ago

    Wow, three of my favorite heroes in the same “room” together, and their conversation brought tears to my eyes. Thank you all!

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  • Human Andrade 2 years ago

    What story do you tell yourself to be OK with what’s happening. Profound words 🥲 thank you

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  • Holly Petrauskas 2 years ago

    This is such an important interview.

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  • ThePinkBinks 2 years ago

    I miss swapping stories with friends. No one has the time anymore. We’ve been trained to be alone and vulnerable.

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  • Brian Rowe 2 years ago

    Well done and facilitated, Trevor. Cheers.

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  • Minnie internationalpopksensationsunshinerainbow 2 years ago

    Trevor Noah is a gift—as are these guests

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  • Barbara Ludden 2 years ago

    I spent my child hood in trauma, and I have an answer to the question “What do I have to tell my self to make blatant dehumanization ok,” There is nothing that will ever allow me to view blatant dehumanization as OK! I may be white but I am a poor woman who was once attractive which has caused me to be objectified and viewed by men in terms of the property more than once. However as soon as I was of an age where I had a choice, I made that choice never to cow tow to bullies again. I have more than once interfered with bullies on other peoples behalf. We as Americans have got to stop letting authority abused our people, whatever color creed culture or religion they are, thats is what the constitution says. It’s just the right thing to do.

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  • Saundra Rogers 2 years ago

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  • Saundra Rogers 2 years ago

    UMMMMMMMMMMMM IM REALLY LOOKING AT YOU…….THAT EYE I HOPE THIS AINT FAKE NEWS. CUZ IM SEEING OTHER VIDEOS

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  • Saundra Rogers 2 years ago

    BYE BYE

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  • Saundra Rogers 2 years ago

    FAKSTERS LOL I SEE U SPEEDWAY

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  • Saundra Rogers 2 years ago

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  • Saundra Rogers 2 years ago

    LIARS SEEMS REAL FAKE

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  • Pat Levy 2 years ago

    Thank you for having these ladies on. The conversation was enlightening.

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  • K M Weekes 2 years ago

    The power & commitment that Trevor, Tarana, & Brene just showed in this conversation gave me goosebumps!

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  • Vernon Jordan, II. 2 years ago

    Me too ppl, why isn’t woody Allen in jail? Why is gislaine not being spoken on? Why is Shia lebouf not on trial by you? Why is Ben roethlisberger not being brought up??? Why oh why is me too so selective?

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  • Anyazelie M. Zéphyaire 2 years ago

    Aiko Bethea’s insight that, for anti-racism work to be transformational, it must be relational, not transactional, is deeply relevant. I just wish more people could take on board what this means for white “allyship”. How is it that whiteness always manages to get centered where it pretends not to be? I am white, but when I arrive at a racial consciousness, I do so as an autistic and trans person. If there is an obligation to vulnerability, it’s on the privileged to confront the precarity of self at a crossroads. Sincere introspection can be violent, but that’s part of it. Too many white people think they can be anti-racist and not be undone in the process.

    “If you have come here to help me you are wasting your time, but if you have come because your liberation is bound up with mine, then let us work together.” – Lilla Watson, aboriginal activist

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  • The Driver 2 years ago

    What an interview. So much to reflect.

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  • Jay 2 years ago

    BRENEEE her books are great

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  • Jay 2 years ago

    What a wonderful meet

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  • J S 2 years ago

    Uh oh, his sweatshirt has buttons! Well done Trevor. Great interview

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  • Shay Boogie 2 years ago

    Awww thanks Trevor- This was soooo beautiful 🤗… An inspiring conversation with Ms. Burke and Dr. Brown about their book about humanity and the human (Amuuurican?) experience… Definitely a MUST READ!!! 🥰

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  • Melissa VerDuin 2 years ago

    BLACK LIVES MATTER! AND LATINOS AND ASIANS! WE ARE BETTER TOGETHER ❣ LET’S COME TOGETHER AMERICA 🇺🇸 IT’S BETTER FOR ALL OF US AND OUR CHILDREN! NO MORE RACISM AND HATE!🙏

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  • Megan Atkinson 2 years ago

    You’re all the best! Thank you

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  • Megan Atkinson 2 years ago

    Eager to read the book then share it / the stories with my in-laws

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  • Marissa McCabe 2 years ago

    Please how do people who need help with racial equality get help ? How do we reach these programs and foundations that are for help ?

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  • Treasure Rose 2 years ago

    Loved this talk, true people need a soft place to land and process traumatic things.

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  • Fidelis Satriastanti 2 years ago

    Too short of an interview 🥺

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  • Kalsoumy Balde 2 years ago

    What an amzing interview. Absolutely love Tarana Burke and Brene Brown’s work and very excited to read their book!

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  • Marianne 2 years ago

    The secret. Can justice ever prevail ( be victorious)? It Will! But when? When U see 👀 the injustice perpetuated against U and yours. But it is, you say. Now show it to the world and make them f-e-e-l it. It used to be called entertainment 😳 but without the Ouchy! Loved their book, by the way ☺

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  • Stefan B 2 years ago

    Another made up US problem.

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  • itsBloody 2 years ago

    Why her nose so big? She working at TSA?

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  • Desiree Espinosa 2 years ago

    Awesome ladies!!!

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  • Michelle Kennedy 2 years ago

    Did he “Austin Channning Tatum” or I mishearing?? If he is not mistaken who is Austin Channing Tatum??

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  • Marie E. 2 years ago

    Wow!! Great job!!

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  • James Lawson 2 years ago

    America is so false. From top to bottom it’s a big lie.

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  • Max Power 2 years ago

    “…where armor is neither required, nor rewarded.” I’d love to live in that world… But it’s as realistic as Middle Earth, Hogwarts or Tatooine

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  • Richard Patik 2 years ago

    2:54 “One of the things I’ve learned is that the greatest casualty of trauma is the willingness or ability to be vulnerable.”
    Yeah, it locks you up.

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  • Gina Prosser 2 years ago

    Thank you for showing up to show US how to show up for ourselves. Just bought the book!

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  • Gina Prosser 2 years ago

    Oh, and I’ll be listening to this AT LEAST 100 times. 🙂

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