Behind the Scenes: UCWABM - Episode 2 with Matthew McConaughey

In the behind the scenes of episode 2, learn how Matthew and Emmanuel got here - and see how we improvised the studio space that was no longer painted white!

Komente

  • Keinaan Abdi
    Keinaan Abdi8 ditë më parë

    The way he said 👉 Emanuel Acho at the end. Acho you’re officially the coolest person.

  • Willco
    Willco2 muaj më parë

    This is a comfortable conversation between 2 world famous celebrities. They can do no wrong. I hope that they realize that.

  • Don Allen Jr
    Don Allen Jr3 muaj më parë

    2:27-2:35 Truth! Lol

  • Don Allen Jr
    Don Allen Jr3 muaj më parë

    Acho's a rich kid from a nuclear family and went to a posh private school.

  • Bridging Africans & Black Americans
    Bridging Africans & Black Americans4 muaj më parë

    Pierre Foncin, a founder of the Alliance Francaise, stated at the beginning of this century that "it is necessary to attach the colonies to the metropolis by a very solid psychological bond, against the day when their progressive emancipation ends in a federation as is probable that they be and they remain French in language, thought and spirit” - #panafricanquotes

  • 99 Highlights
    99 Highlights5 muaj më parë

    Acho please run for president

  • JMLady GodsGrace
    JMLady GodsGrace6 muaj më parë

    Wonderful! Did I mention how much I LOVE Matthew McConaughey! Lincoln Lawyer, MUD, Free State is Jones, A Time to Kill, etc etc..

  • sheri lynn xQuantumDivine
    sheri lynn xQuantumDivine6 muaj më parë

    Thank you for having these important conversations ❤

  • Mary-Ann Z. Reynolds
    Mary-Ann Z. Reynolds8 muaj më parë

    I can't believe I missed this. I learn something everytime I listen. Thank you 💕

  • Walter Margeson
    Walter Margeson9 muaj më parë

    Emmanuel I can not begin to tell you how good what you are doing is. How important for this country this is. I have a pendent that has a symbol for bridge on one side and kindness on the other. I believe this is exactly what you are doing, you are a kind connector with so much positive energy. Thank You and Thanks as well to your Guests. Keep up the good work.

  • Catherine Peterson
    Catherine Peterson9 muaj më parë

    Such important conversations!

  • Extinction LevelEvent
    Extinction LevelEvent9 muaj më parë

    This is an issue of HUMAN rights. It has always been an issue of human rights. Race is an extremely divisive ideology. Culture is what makes us unique. Once we confront the problem of WHY we actively separate each other by denying targeted people the right to be treated with humanity, dignity, and decency...only then will be the turning point for positive change.

  • Is It Me...
    Is It Me...10 muaj më parë

    Wait...at 2:36, is that Morolake Akinosun???

  • tanya Chapman
    tanya Chapman10 muaj më parë

    I've always LOVED Matthew ❤ This only makes me love and appreciate him more we need soooo many more like you guys Emanual and Matthew Love Love Love you guys!!!

  • s
    s10 muaj më parë

    Democrats=Slavery= murdering blacks Democrats=KKK=murdering blacks Democrats=Margaret Sanger=millions of blacks babies murdered Democrats=Jim Crow laws=murdering blacks Democrats= voted Against civil rights laws Democrats=LBJ= Great Society laws decimating the black communities. Democrats= white supremacists Democrats= racism Democrats= Clinton/BIDEN/Pelosi 1994 crime laws putting droves of black men in prison. Democrats=leftist socialist/communist/ marxist ideology Democrats=MSM=spread lies and proganda that blacks are in danger in the US. Democrats=panders to blacks for a vote=uses blacks= after vote forgets about them. Democrats=uses fear, chaos, division, anarchy, abuse, and lies! DEMOCRATS DO NOT CARE ABOUT ANYBODY LET ALONE BLACK PEOPLE!!!!

  • Sam A
    Sam A10 muaj më parë

    Ita a beautiful thing🥰

  • Paul Hinman
    Paul Hinman10 muaj më parë

    “Our athletic director” There’s a story there.

  • Toranika Washington
    Toranika Washington10 muaj më parë

    I needed to see this. I saw White Allergies? first.

  • Janet Sheppard
    Janet Sheppard10 muaj më parë

    What the hell was uncomfortable about that conversation? This video looks like the same “nice white person says nice things about black person, but no real talking about Matthews experience of white priveledge and his silence about it.

  • RasheedAlmondTv
    RasheedAlmondTv10 muaj më parë

    This is amazing!

  • Epiphany Tanya
    Epiphany Tanya10 muaj më parë

    I want to start with the positives for your show. Congrats on the platform and the awareness its bringing and getting. Thank you for stepping out to do this and help so many in this way. I truly applaud your efforts. The one small critique I would have is if you could or would bring in other Black/African American voices that may slightly differ from your own. I think it may be slightly problematic to try to speak for a whole racial group. I also wonder how much your experience differs from the average African American as you mentioned your Nigerian decent and affluent upbringing. Forgive me if I misunderstood or misheard this description of yourself in other episodes. A person born to immigrant parents 1st or possibly 2nd generation may have a different experience. Or its unclear if you were born here or in Nigeria. I could give several examples of what I mean but sometimes it seems ppl take examples out of context in this comment section. I will try. I've seen some Whites be much more accepting of immigrants than American born Blacks/African Americans due to the stereotypes that exist. Ie., immigrant hardworking vs lazy blacks is the false narrative stereotype I've encountered. Its a different ball game trying to combat those various stereotypes when you are an American born Black/African American. Even if you are 1st or 2nd generation immigrant the hardworking stereotype usually holds. I know plenty of hard working Blacks/African Americans but have been negatively streotyped in this way. Just one example. But my overall general comment would be an episode that includes many different Black/African American voices. Just a suggestion. Do as you wish. Probably just me but I've been a little disinterested with the lack of varying perspectives. God bless

  • Willco

    Willco

    2 muaj më parë

    It's a one-sided perspective from Emmanuel to liberal whites. Somehow the liberal whites will still just "never understand".

  • Alicia Markoe
    Alicia Markoe10 muaj më parë

    Thank you ♥️

  • Katherine Schindler
    Katherine Schindler10 muaj më parë

    How can I reassure black men that I am not afraid and that you are a good person when I give him space (corvid 19) 6ft.

  • Aracelis Collazo
    Aracelis Collazo10 muaj më parë

    So inspiring and exactly what we all need to see and hear. Have more conversations, we are listening. Love you both!

  • Bradon Schwindt
    Bradon Schwindt10 muaj më parë

    I love seeing these videos, my day seems to be so much better knowing that there are many people, white and black along with every other ethnicity, want to come together and have conversations to make the world better. Thank you so much Emmanuel, Matthew, and everyone who is fighting for change. I am here, we are here, together as brothers and sisters to fight for what we know is right. Thank You

  • Rohan 96
    Rohan 9610 muaj më parë

    This is beautiful dialogue

  • Dedric Reed
    Dedric Reed10 muaj më parë

    I would have like to see a REAL conversation with Matthew; not scripted from note cards (that his publicist probably prepared). He could have taken the time to engage with Acho from the heart. I'm not buying what he (Matthew) is selling in this conversation. Although his intentions were good; it just doesn't come off as authentic.

  • Beautiful Lei
    Beautiful Lei10 muaj më parë

    All I can say is thankyou my friend. Perth Western Australia xxx

  • Holly Smith
    Holly Smith10 muaj më parë

    Such a great project. These kinds of conversations are just what we need right now! Also Acho is such a charismatic presenter, I'd love to see more content from/with him.

  • Elsa Weber
    Elsa Weber10 muaj më parë

    "Hey I'm here!" I love everything about these conversations especially this phrase "Hey I'm here!"

  • LaShawn
    LaShawn10 muaj më parë

    Checking in from the DMV

  • melissa lynn
    melissa lynn10 muaj më parë

    matthew 's smarter guy than i ever gave him credit for.

  • Steve F

    Steve F

    10 muaj më parë

    Yes, he is a sharp guy, this was a great conversation. Acho is amazing.

  • Tamara Owens

    Tamara Owens

    10 muaj më parë

    and we thought he was just a pretty face LOL I love seeing him all cazh, wearing BIFOCALS woohoo sexxxy

  • John S
    John S10 muaj më parë

    When are we going to see #4?

  • Sharon McLaughlin
    Sharon McLaughlin10 muaj më parë

    I enjoy your shows. It's giving me things to think about. I have 2 beautiful mixed grandchildren and this will help me with them. Thank you. I'd really like to see you have an Uncomfortable Conversation with either Dale Earnhardt Jr or Denny Hamlin. Someone from Nascar.

  • D-Nugget
    D-Nugget10 muaj më parë

    this is a beautiful video series, devoid of political narrative, full of thoughtfulness, full of empathy

  • Kelsi Arnold McMartin
    Kelsi Arnold McMartin10 muaj më parë

    My 9yr old son has a question. "Why is it so hard to stop racism?" Thank you for your videos!

  • ParamedicShaves

    ParamedicShaves

    10 muaj më parë

    Some don’t realize they’re racist. And some know they are and don’t want to change. They truly believe their racist thoughts and beliefs.

  • Emmanuel Lumbala
    Emmanuel Lumbala10 muaj më parë

    Super racist show.

  • LostArkitekt
    LostArkitekt10 muaj më parë

    I'm a University of Texas graduate who grew up in Appalachia, and see things a lot differently than you do. I think you really need to have some conversations with critical black thinkers who have a vastly different opinion than you... I'm thinking of the John McWhorters, Coleman Hughes, Larry Elders, and Carol Swains of the world.

  • L S
    L S10 muaj më parë

    You are a natural and gifted teacher, and that's the highest compliment I can give .....

  • Kasual Steel
    Kasual Steel10 muaj më parë

    Brother, stay safe out there in the land of Sam Houston. Please consider trying to do these on Zoom, et. al. for the duration of those tragic "outbursts" of COVID. I'm a say something that is an observation. The haters appear to be weaponizing the potential of having COVID like it's an invisible white hood. With that Karen in North Hollywood at Trader Joe's now in the media, I will say I have seen similar incidents. I've even heard said " why don't we get our kids to see if they can become carriers and go join those protests." There is some powerful hate being highlighted BECAUSE of the pandemic. The isolation is forcing people to out themselves in these venal, despicable ways; to which we now have to add biological warfare as a possiblity. I have to hold hope in my heart otherwise I'll go insane. But I have to acknowledge the pure evil that resides among us. Ignorance is an honest chore, a mess to clean up. Fear is a long row to hoe, and from it maybe some hatred will leave. But this feckless evil we see on T.V. every night, and in our neighborhoods is pure pain. There are NOT "good people on both sides" of THAT event. There is only despicable gaslighting of the American public. Could you please speak to the concept of gaslighting as it applies to "white allergies." Thank you.

  • pyaoliang
    pyaoliang10 muaj më parë

    I really appreciate your videos and illustrations Emmanuel. I am hoping for a video on how Asians can enter into this conversation because we’ve been on both sides of the racial barriers and we’ve felt the effects of racism and also been siloed as “model minorities” which could be racism in another form. But particularly to the black community, it’s be helpful to learn how to process this alongside the black community.

  • Enryon c
    Enryon c10 muaj më parë

    Thank you for doing this series. It is very eye opening. In a previous video one comment asked for you to a conversation with a teacher. I will second that motion. I have only taught in low socioeconomic schools with a large minority population. I want to hear your opinions on the school to prison pipeline, school resource officers (cops), the lack of school psychologists at many schools, the lack of resources at many schools, and how many schools are doing nothing to prepare children for adulthood. I can attest to how hard it is to fight a system seemingly designed to prevent kids from being successful. I can also say how good it feels when you give them a chance at success and they succeed.

  • Benjamin McLeod

    Benjamin McLeod

    10 muaj më parë

    Hi Enryon. I would like to know more about this. I understand that there is a serious problem, that many of the kids in your school will never grow up to be "successful" by any measure of that word. Is this YOUR FAULT as a teacher? Do you personally discriminate against "brown" students, assigning them failing grades for good work, or intentionally giving them assignments that they cannot possibly do, different than white students? No, I didn't think so. So then, whose fault is this problem? Is it the school management? Do the resource officers force students to commit crimes just so they can increase their arrest records, and then arrest them anyway when those crimes were never done, like the FBI did to Michael Flynn? No, none of that either. If the schools are teaching, or at least attempting to teach, basic and more advanced skills like reading and mathematics; then how is this a failure of the schools, or something that can be corrected by a change in the schools? I don't know where you teach, but Baltimore MD had just about the highest school budget in the world, and yet they have 16 schools where not even one single "student" scores "proficient" at grade level in mathematics; so "lack of resources" cannot possibly be the problem, something else is. I do not believe that "school to prison pipeline" is the fault of teachers like yourself or any other policy of the schools, but maybe you know something I do not. I believe, until someone shows otherwise, that the main problem is the community attitude, that the people do not want to be law-abiding citizens and have no respect for white law imposed on them from outside. This is something that I did not cause and cannot fix, ever.

  • Cherero
    Cherero10 muaj më parë

    I'd really want to see or be in a huge high school Socratic Seminar with a few of each grade levels talking about this topic. I think these conversations should be talked more in school an how many being can learn from each other

  • Mrs RBHayes
    Mrs RBHayes10 muaj më parë

    Mr. Acho, I am pleading with you to make depth happen. Why didn't you talk to little Gaines about why you live cautiously. She needed to feel your burden in the little tasks of every day. Word choice, physical proximity, activity locations, sometimes even facial expression require thought about white people's comfort.

  • Julia Melvin
    Julia Melvin10 muaj më parë

    DUMP the piano. Not helping the narrative, it's patronizing and reductive. Use another sound device

  • Robyn O'Neal
    Robyn O'Neal10 muaj më parë

    Thank you for this channel. This is an extremely great movement forward. God bless you for this act of personal integrity. There is much work to do in the area of black and white in America. Beginning the conversation is a crucial start. There is much room for the deconstruction of systemic racism, as you mentioned in the video, the heroes and statues, and other things in American history that are offensive to Blacks. Literature that is taught in schools, white paranoia, etc. I could go on and on. Thanks again, Emmanuel. I am blessed by your willingness to walk into your call.

  • Angel Carr
    Angel Carr10 muaj më parë

    I really appreciate this. For those really ready to listen understand and learn it can go a long way

  • Abby Joseph
    Abby Joseph10 muaj më parë

    That is so awesome Man! Praying for more conversations, for understanding and for more heart to change.

  • Christine Heinirch
    Christine Heinirch10 muaj më parë

    several with women.....for sure...please?

  • Maria Alvarez
    Maria Alvarez10 muaj më parë

    I’d like to ask Emmanuel his thoughts on where he thinks we’ll be in 50 yrs, 100 yrs, 200 yrs? He’s doing a good job of asking us to think about uncomfortable conversations now, but do conversations turn into action long term? Does he have hope in moving forward? Will it be enough to actually eradicate white privilege, increase black pride, as well as equality in areas of urban rehabilitation, rent/mortgage disparities, job/wage fairness, law enforcement task force/review boards, education impartiality, etc. I’ve read “Between Me And The World” by TaNehisi Coates and seen a few broadcasts he’s been in...and to me he does not offer much hope for the future of black America. Coleman Hughes resonates with me in what he has to say to stand with black men, women, and children to fight the disparities they encounter living in both black and white people’s worlds. Can you put these men on your conversations too?

  • Gina Chew
    Gina Chew10 muaj më parë

    I can't wait to see what is next! Thank you for this...

  • taylorwalker66
    taylorwalker6610 muaj më parë

    Emmanuel, I have a question that I hope you can help with.. I am a white woman who is passionate about the black lives matter movement and I believe this is an incredibly important time to stand up and fight this problem. I want to ask you how, as a white person, I am to deal with the black people that don’t believe me. The ones that maybe have been hurt by white people way too many times to believe that I am on their side. The black people that are racist towards white people? I know they have every right to be angry right now, because so am I. But how do I express my passion for believing in their fight in a correct manner? It’s an honest question. I’m unsure of how to respond in a respectable manner to a black person that doesn’t like white people. Thank you so much. You’re videos are inspiring beyond words and I hope that I get support on this comment to receive an answer.

  • SomethingSomething Love
    SomethingSomething Love10 muaj më parë

    Can you please consider reaching out to Jenna Marbles, this platform is erupting right now with a lot of apologises about past blackface videos etc. These ALthers have massively influencing channels and are having a hard time with navigating reconciliation for thier mistakes. I think it would be very powerful right now for us all to see one or all of them truly have a conversation, uncomfortably, about what they did, why it was wrong and impactful and how they can be active going forward. I talk about Jenna as she is willing to cancel herself over these mistakes, however i think it more useful and healing to actually confront these issues arising in the ALthe community. God speed Brother thank you for this amazing series!

  • Carpenter Family
    Carpenter Family10 muaj më parë

    Yes, this is what we need in life.

  • Janet Tyler Lummer
    Janet Tyler Lummer10 muaj më parë

    And what a great conversation it was. This show will be one of the great game changers for the world. Thank you Emmanuel.

  • Max Steiner
    Max Steiner10 muaj më parë

    This is something i wrote for another video of yours but I found it prudent to post here as well. Sorry for my bad English but im from Norway and Im trying my best. You right. This is uncomfortable. McConaughey: Heard, heard. White allergy? WTF? We are acting like racism is a white problem. Every tribe in the history of mankind has acted like an asshole. EVERYONE!!!!! The reason that the narrative of THIS "debate" is what it is, its because the white man won. Every race or tribe in history has acted like this. Only that the white man did it better than anybody else. Within the span of a few hundred years, the white man subjugated the entire globe. The Americas, Australia, Near East, Far East, china, India, Africa and bla, bla, bla. But here is the thing, every other tribe, or race if you like, would have done the same thing if they could. Dont give me that horseshit about the peaceful tribes in the Andes that happlessly fell victim to Cortes and his marry bunch of brutes. The Inkas. The Aztec. They murdered their way through south America to form their Empire. Ethnic cleansing. Mass murder. Mass enslavement. Fuck'em. Far as Im concerned, one asshole was replaced with another. For the oppressed im sure it made diddely squat difference who swong the whip. White guilt? Well, fuck you. Fuck you AND the newspaper you saild in on. I havent done anything to you. Neither did my father. He was a Samii, but that a whole different story. You want help to get rid of the absolutly crushing inequity in the world? Sure, Im with you. Ill stand on the barricades with you. I'll march with you and shout that this have to change. Whatever it takes. But if you point your finger at me and say that Im partly to be blamed. That I have had anything to do with this fucked up situation we are in! I will snap it off and kick you in the balls and say, FUCK YOU. You belong in the gutter as far as im concerned. And now we got idiots like Matthew McConaughey going on this self annihalition groveling tour just to prove what kind of superior white HE is. Fuck you Matt. Sitting there with your pre written dialogue, acting like you know what the fuck you are talking about. "Heard" LOL. I swear, I thought he would go all Dave Chappelle and say "WORD" So, a question to Mr Acho. Whats your endgame here? What? What do you and all the black and brown peoples of America wants? Equality? Hm? Replacing 400 years of black slavery with 400 years of white slavery? Im gonna go with equality. But before you can have that, you have to have equal opportunity. You dont have to be fucking Einstein to understand that, making education so expensive that only the people that already HAVE money can get it, WILL segregate the population. So Mr Acho. You can have as many white, snivelling hollywood shitheads as you want on your "side" It just doesnt matter. They are like those charity fundraising parties. Nobody actually gives a shit but it feels good and looks good. For equality to happen for ANY minority, well shit, even the majority sometimes (Woman suffraget for example) you need allies. And the most effective allies is gonna come from the establisement. You know, the powers that be. How do you get to those? Simple, I didnt say easy but it is simple. Get to the people that wote for those in power. Like me. A white man. I live my life under two simple maximes. 1: An asshole is an asshole is an asshole. 2: You dont have to be a dick about it. The first covers that if; A person acts bad aginst me, for no apparent reason. He's an asshole and I dont want to have anything to do with him. I dont give a shit about his skintone. The second covers; that nomatter what my successes are, or lack of thereof, I dont push it into someone elses faces. If you dont know what I mean by that, I suggest you turn of your fucking mobile and go sit somewhere quiet and think about it. This is not kindergarden. Ok, im running out of steam here. Im drunk and im hot and swetty and i have had a good day. I won a long game of chess and im feeling pretty good, lol. So in closing. Dont tell me about micro racism. Its bullshit. Wy? Well, Im guessing that you, Mr Acho, are not blameless either. White allergy? WTF does that even means? It is probably the dumbes thing I have heard this week. The reason that black Americans are supressed is just the roll of the dice. You would done the same thing to us if the table had been turned. To realize THAT is the road to redemtion. For all of us.

  • 30 Second American
    30 Second American10 muaj më parë

    Matthew, your discussion w Acho. I was disappointing bordering on patronizing . I offered to have a real discussion with him.

  • Oyindamola Akinpelu

    Oyindamola Akinpelu

    6 muaj më parë

    Would you also like to think for him?

  • Nicole Harris
    Nicole Harris10 muaj më parë

    @emmanuelacho I appreciate you are doing this, but, you need to educate yourself about American Black history if you are going to use your platform at this level.

  • FANTOM BEAT

    FANTOM BEAT

    10 muaj më parë

    Exactly, he feels phoney when he talks on this subject.

  • K Deloris
    K Deloris10 muaj më parë

    Seeing the behind-the-scenes really good. It was nice hearing how Matthew McConaughey came to be on the show

  • Emron Walker
    Emron Walker10 muaj më parë

    What does "More is caught than is taught" mean? These videos you're putting out are fantastic. Thank you so much for putting together this quality content. I shared it on my LinkedIn and Facebook.

  • Elisa Pierre-Procope

    Elisa Pierre-Procope

    10 muaj më parë

    Do as I say, and not as I do. Every heard that? Children learn what they see and not what you say.

  • Su sanne

    Su sanne

    10 muaj më parë

    It means that people learn much more than is the intention of the "teacher" in that moment. Negative Example: "Taught"/ Intention: Teacher wants to teach "1+1=2". Context: Teacher calls up only boys, almost no girls. If teacher calls up a girl and she gets the answer right teacher overenthusiastically praises her, but reacts matter of fact-ly with boys. "Caught"/ Learned: 1+1=2 and "girls are not good at maths". Or the handcraft teacher permitting the boys to read during knitting lesson: only the girls get the chance to even learn knitting - yet all children "catch" that "boys don't do knitting". Positive example: Or me and my child's teachers: "let's concentrate on "teaching" only capital letters since he is disabled." My child in a regular school observing all other children writing capital and lower case letters "catches" "everyone can write capital and lower case letters". Starts writing both. Mother and teachers have very ashamed conversation. He's then "taught" everything because we can't know what he will "catch" and how he will use what he learns.

  • sweet0dementian
    sweet0dementian10 muaj më parë

  • Peter Roncevic
    Peter Roncevic10 muaj më parë

    A crisis is an opportunity riding the dangerous wind.

  • MasterKennord
    MasterKennord10 muaj më parë

    A lot of people think that President Obama been elected was a trade-off for slavery my question is what do you think we need as Black people to move forward

  • alexmiah
    alexmiah10 muaj më parë

    Hey Emmanuel! I recently saw a really disturbing video posted on Facebook, "Black Lives Matter is a Leftist Lie" by the Conservative Twins, by a White friend of mine. And I'm trying my best to be anti- racists but don't know how to respond when this ideology is being backed by two Black American men. I was wondering if you could do a reaction to, or even interview of these guys. Take care!

  • R2 D2
    R2 D210 muaj më parë

    Hey Emmanuel please make these episodes longer!!! I feel like you and your guests have more to share. Thank you for creating this series!

  • Cyrus Perry
    Cyrus Perry10 muaj më parë

    If you need someone to talk to i am a nobody but would love to have a conversation as a white kid that grew up in the south and just now starting to understand the conversation after 40 yrs.

  • Cyrus Perry
    Cyrus Perry10 muaj më parë

    Awesome, makes me want to go and have the conversation with my black friends.

  • Willco

    Willco

    2 muaj më parë

    It'll backfire. You're not Acho, so you're not comfortable.

  • Bernardlaurent
    Bernardlaurent10 muaj më parë

    Sir please add Claud Anderson to your platform let's have a really uncomfortable conversation. I am convinced mr Claud Anderson has the answers to alot of issues we have been having in the country. althe.info/number/uIPSgH98eouWeL4/video

  • Gina Surber
    Gina Surber10 muaj më parë

    I never thought of some of the ideas the way you presented them. I will do better! I don't consider myself a racist, but it's all about perspective. The way we grow up, our parent's teachings, our friends, and others saying inappropriate things. I understand a little better than I did before, now I have to talk woth my family.

  • Amy King
    Amy King10 muaj më parë

    You are not what Martin Luther King had in mind! Judge not by the color of skin, but by the content of character. Your thoughts divisive, false, wrong, not statistics, and divisive. God have mercy on your soul!!! I can't belive the forked tongue crap that comes out of you mouth. A lot of my family is black and we knnow you are full of shit and indoctrination. I grew up with no racism and no one I know did, yet you want us to think it is prevelent to divide us every fucking 4 years. No one gives a shit about pigment of skin but you, you POS.

  • Brad Miller
    Brad Miller10 muaj më parë

    Emmanuel, I'm following this series of videos and I just saw something on youtube that I'd love for you to address so I can understand how this happens. I'm a white man, 58 years old, who has had relatively little experience interacting with black people. I would sincerely love to help me understand this. althe.info/number/mpatiWuxo4ubjKo/video

  • Yvonne Turkenburg
    Yvonne Turkenburg10 muaj më parë

    Please explain “Jim Crowe “ and how that changed black lives in the US. I am a first generation Canadian women and would love to hear more about the history of racism in America. Remember history so it won’t be repeated!

  • V Coleman

    V Coleman

    10 muaj më parë

    Hi! The book “the new Jim crow “ by Alexander will inform you on this and other crucial truths to understanding how we in America got to the point of killing George Floyd. Thank you for caring enough to ask!

  • Sheila Englehart
    Sheila Englehart10 muaj më parë

    I will be telling everyone I know to watch this series. Genius!

  • Anna Martin
    Anna Martin10 muaj më parë

    How can I get me and my kids on this show. I have great questions. That I haven't heard yet. We are from California, but now live in the South. Where there are a lot of racists whites. It makes it difficult for us, because we are clumped in with them. How to be an ally in the south, while also not being offensive or virtue signaling. Thank you

  • Wahn Yoon
    Wahn Yoon10 muaj më parë

    Both of these men are so special. I nearly cried watching this. Strangely, this uncomfortable conversation was the most comforting thing I've seen in ages. If they can have this conversation, so can we all.

  • Willco

    Willco

    2 muaj më parë

    No we can't. Matthew and Emmanuel are perfect people. A regular middle class white guy, like me, would really make people feel uncomfortable if I expressed the same ideas in exactly the same way.

  • Anne Albert
    Anne Albert10 muaj më parë

    Thanks. This is so needed and appreciated. My office had a “mandatory race relations” talk that went awry. In the end the whites in the group were called racist, in fact “the worst kind because you don’t think you are” followed by a litany of offenses. I’m trying to understand, to be open, to be sensitive/empathetic/empowering etc but the workplace is now very uncomfortable and divided because of the disclosed lack of respect for each other. My question is; how can I/we move forward when “I’ve been put on notice”? Kind comments only please (I’ve already been called out and am hurting)

  • Su sanne

    Su sanne

    10 muaj më parë

    Maybe get a professional anti-racism councilor from the outside in to moderate a monthly or bimonthly talk? Someone you all can agree on? It's really about learning how to communicate grievances and needs as an individual for all of you. For a "white" colleague for example: "I do not want to hurt you, please believe me. Could you explain to me what did I specifically do that hurt you and do you have a suggestion how we could change that? Could the two of us continue the talk about the specifics of that situation until we both feel alright about this?" That would get you both out of not helpful "all white people/ all black people"-structures. You two could offer a role model for others in your office if and when you feel comfortable about that process. For a "black" colleague for example: "I have the feeling that I am overdue a promotion. I also have the feeling I don't get the promotion because I am "black". - How can we access the documentation in this office to find out if there are signals for privilege and discrimination based on skin colour withouth breaching privacy? - How can we find a party who accesses the documentation with all of us agreeing on their neutrality?" That would discover whether your office did or did not show bias due to skin colour. To know either would be helpful to all. (And since you're at it: how about all the other biases over sex, gender, disability, education, social background, religion, country of origin of grandparents ... Just saying ... We all need to work hard on all of this 24/7.) Feeling uncomfortable and being hurt - both possibly for longish stretches of time - comes with life. (It says so in the small print which no one apparently bothers to read beforehand anyway. 😉)

  • Laura Schwindt
    Laura Schwindt10 muaj më parë

    Emmanuel thank you for your transparency and time. I just recently heard the struggles among the black community “not being black enough” that if a black hasn’t dark enough skin they “don’t struggle with profiling”or they’re being accused of “being a sellout”. If a black man dates a white woman, called not black enough. If a black is a child of mixed parents, they’re not black enough. Seriously! Please help us understand. Could you explain what this does to the black community as a whole? I would think it’s creating turmoil within the BLM movement. I grew up a young child in the early 60’s watching segregation. That if your skin was darker than a brown paper bag “you were black enough” and would be allowed to sit at the lunch counter with other blacks.

  • Chris Vella-Bone
    Chris Vella-Bone10 muaj më parë

    Emmanuel, you've opened my eyes with this. I've seen the rioting and I feel it's diluting the true message. Thank you so much for helping me to see the true problem. Keep it up!

  • MG Massey

    MG Massey

    10 muaj më parë

    The percentage of rioters as opposed to protesters is tiny. FBI has rooted white supremacists trying to stir the pot. That being said....how the he'll would you feel if you were not white. Walk a mile in their shoes white boy.. A pissed off Native American. Damn the hubris of the whites. Empathy is beyond you

  • N. RQ

    N. RQ

    10 muaj më parë

    I'm a black woman and I definitely don't agree with rioting and looting. It's not my way for I'm a Jehovah's Witness. With that said, it's rioting and looting is diluting the message I think you're thinking way too much about things being destroyed instead of lives being destroyed. So I about life that can't be rebuilt because they're dead. Peoples Insurance can cover what's been destroyed. And even if it doesn't you still have your life and as long as you're breathing you can rebuild you can change. I think one can be aghast at rioting and looting and at the same time not feel like the message is being destroyed. I think the people pay more attention to the rioting and looting and they don't pay attention to the message is because they'd rather care about the things and not the people behind the things

  • Yay! Jam
    Yay! Jam10 muaj më parë

    I want to understand more clearly. If infants, young children do not see colour by nature/ intuitively, why do we want to change this?

  • Vera 1957
    Vera 195710 muaj më parë

    😂 I never realized how stupid Matt was.

  • Shanita Evans
    Shanita Evans10 muaj më parë

    can you see about having this guy on your show. I would like to see you two have a conversation althe.infovideos

  • Martin Slagle
    Martin Slagle10 muaj më parë

    Thanks for these videos. as a somewhat more than middle aged white guy, I can't tell you how awful it makes me feel to see how blacks are treated. it physically hurts to think that humans who look like me can trtat humans who look like you so poorly. I am somewhat ashamed that, until only a few years ago that I thought that "not seeing color" was Right. I see you and value you, as you are, color and all. I will not let the color I was born with affect how I feel about another human because of the color they were born with. Uncomfortable question: Do you, have any thought about the state of black culture? The reason that I ask this is that, in a lot of ways, I think that a culture is reflected in the language it uses and, when I look at Black culture I hear a lot of "tells" that black culture is not yet mature. EG: Who does a black man hang out with? His boys. Where do they hang out? Their crib. Etc. Thanks again for these, I look forward to more.

  • Tom Pawlik
    Tom Pawlik10 muaj më parë

    I'd love to see you have an uncomfortable conversation with Larry Elder.

  • jasontakaki
    jasontakaki10 muaj më parë

    Well that takes care of whites and blacks I guess. But what about all the other colors of the rainbow?

  • Raheem MustHurt
    Raheem MustHurt10 muaj më parë

    one minute in during your conversation with Colin Cowherd, and I am sold, so I subscribed...you are what we need to bridge the gap...thank you!

  • Marissa Rapier
    Marissa Rapier10 muaj më parë

    Thank you for this video series. I vowed to do the work. To continue learning. Be the change the want to see in the world, and it begins with myself.

  • Victoria Muir
    Victoria Muir10 muaj më parë

    More are caught than are taught? Correct?

  • Joy Barria

    Joy Barria

    10 muaj më parë

    It depends on what the "more" is describing. In this case, more refers to (an understood, unstated, singular) "knowledge/information/understanding," so "is" is correct.

  • cathleen carbonette
    cathleen carbonette10 muaj më parë

    I find your words so moving and I have learned so much from these videos. I cannot wait to learn more from all your videos coming in the future. thank you for doing this

  • Linda Chatriand
    Linda Chatriand10 muaj më parë

    I have this white allergy.... this idea that black people were trying to be accepted by acting like white people. Dress, talking , ways of doing things. NOW I realize that I need to respect black people as a culture. This is your life and I feel strongly that all of us can and should be authentic as who we are. Black culture is important . I respect that!

  • Magnawhiff TV
    Magnawhiff TV10 muaj më parë

    If you loved this video ignore this message. If you hated it, watch this: althe.info/number/noemdKWsimN2nr4/video

  • Anthony O
    Anthony O10 muaj më parë

    Have always believed in love to cure many things but it only fed my narc’s enormous ego. it is important to be wise when dealing with a narcissist and I’m glad that darkwebprohack helped cloned my wife’s phone. i got access to her dealings both on phone and social media without touching her phone,I’m here in Miami Florida USA and able to access my wife’s phone with a cloned app even while she was away in the UK cheating on me.All I did was share my wife’s phone number with darkwebprohack and I was able to read both her new and deleted messages from my phone through a remote link to a programmed app containing cloned cell information without having to touch her phone...my wife was a cheating Narcissist and I’m glad to find out all her secrets and infidelity with the help of darkwebprohack. My wife also tried to use this coronavirus outbreak as a means to get back to me but I’m not stupid ebony to allow someone so toxic back into my life, I’m finally going through divorce with a lot of evidence against her.i read all deleted and chat on Whatsapp,Facebook,Instagram and GPS location of her phone at all times, you can contact the great hacker via Gmail (darkwebprohack) or text and speak to him directly on the phone and WhatsApp +17076225057 and I hope you will fund the peace with your heart after finding the truth just like myself

  • Sol Atienza
    Sol Atienza10 muaj më parë

    Yes, conversations and discussions are good..but forgiveness must start first...the Noblest vengeance.

  • VenomSnake1984
    VenomSnake198410 muaj më parë

    i really appreciate a little background on how this conversation came about between you two, bc i was genuinely really surprised to see matthew mcconaughey on the second episode. seems like a chill dude, and i wouldnt expect a white guy with as much privilege as him to reach out so immediately like that. awesome stuff.

  • Nancy Gyan

    Nancy Gyan

    10 muaj më parë

    SUPER AWESOME!!!

  • European Man
    European Man10 muaj më parë

    This is simply more of the totally discredited Anti-White narrative. See nowhiteguilt.org and Go Free.

  • Jessica Harman
    Jessica Harman10 muaj më parë

    I grew up in a small, VERY white town in Southwest lower Michigan. I think we maybe had 2 maybe 3 black kids in my whole graduating class. I never thought of myself as racist but, I didnt realize how deep seeded racism and systemic racism truly is. Thankyou for your series. It's been truly eye opening and every time you post a new video I share it out on Facebook. If my eyes can be opened, hopefully, I can open the eyes to my friends and family members. That's the only way I think we can keep this country moving forward is to open one another's eyes.

  • Darla Starnes-Lee
    Darla Starnes-Lee10 muaj më parë

    I have biracial children(black/white).. i love this bc it explains so much that we dont pay attention to. I am glad though that I have taught my children to not say things like "this black girl in my class or this white girl". I have corrected my kids to learn their names and that color is not important. I have to say it does work. It starts in childhood and is just a continuous thing. We should stop the divide with us.

  • MIchelle Baird

    MIchelle Baird

    10 muaj më parë

    But color IS important. It represents a culture that should be cherished, both African Americans and European Americans. Although I can't say what the right way is to explain it to a kid.

  • Christopher Grabski
    Christopher Grabski10 muaj më parë

    Thank you for these conversations ! I hope to see conversations with other brown people as well. I know within my asian community there are important conversations to be had. I look forward to the next hard conversation!

  • Linden Jenesse
    Linden Jenesse10 muaj më parë

    Love these two men!! Such important work! 🖤🖤🖤

  • Michael Morris
    Michael Morris10 muaj më parë

    Great series, thank you for that! You guys should do longer versions of the conversations as separate videos or maybe a podcast? I would easily watch or listen an hour long of these conversations.

  • Daisha Jones
    Daisha Jones10 muaj më parë

    There are more conversations to have and theres no end to this conversation. I wish there was more content like once or teice a week

Faqja Tjeter