EXTENDED VERSION - Interracial Relationships - Uncomfortable Conversations with a Black Man - Ep. 5

Unreleased footage of Rachel Lindsay, Bryan Abasolo, Lindsey Vonn & PK Subban, having an uncomfortable conversation with Emmanuel Acho, about navigating their interracial relationships. Watch as they talk about "the most important question to ask in an interracial relationship"
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  • Devan Maneely
    Devan Maneely2 ditë më parë

    As a biracial person, I feel both parents need to educate themselves on the struggles their child will go through being not 100% one race. It was something completely misunderstood with my family and others and it makes mix kid just feel like outsiders, especially when your parents can’t understand why that’s happening to you

  • DIllion McIntosh
    DIllion McIntosh8 ditë më parë

    U don't see color? That's a problom

  • Tina
    Tina9 ditë më parë

    Even in the extended version Bryan and Lindsay are just put to the side lol...

  • Renee Walker
    Renee Walker11 ditë më parë

    While this was a very good conversation but the anti - blackness part of this discussion was missed. There’s also the part where black women are being dragged and being made to be feel less than and not worthy of a black men. I am all for interracial relationships but I would advise someone to do a heart check before entering one that you are seeing the person and not just their race. Secondly, I have a bi-racial daughter (black and white) and I received some backlash from friends wondering the same things that Rachel mentioned. I made it mission while raising her to make she embraced both sides of her. I made sure that she didn’t feel a need to choose a side and she identifies as mixed raced. She is 20 now and we did still and do have the difficult discussions on race ie anti-blackness and her light skin privilege.

  • nicole white
    nicole white13 ditë më parë

    as a white woman dating a black man, lindsey's comments are so embarassing 🤦🏻‍♀️ y'all couldn't have gotten a more educated person on this show?

  • Fallon Fortune
    Fallon Fortune14 ditë më parë

    The black woman is so poised and intelligent. I think it’s dope that her and her partner are actually doing the work to learn about each other’s cultures. I’m sure they will last.

  • KenHina
    KenHinaMuaj më parë

    “It’s not about how you don’t see color, it’s about how you treat color.” -Trevor Noah

  • Shayee Patterson
    Shayee PattersonMuaj më parë

    And this is the video to make me unsubscribe. Complete bias clearly he wants to gaslight black women dating other races but emotionally retain support for black men dating other races. It’s obvious by the questions and push back. I literally subscribed and unsubscribe in 40mins

  • Natalia Jaramillo
    Natalia JaramilloMuaj më parë

    Colombian** no u’s.

  • Natalia Jaramillo
    Natalia JaramilloMuaj më parë

    Colombian** no u’s.

  • Manuel Alejandro Ordóñez Sierra
    Manuel Alejandro Ordóñez SierraMuaj më parë

    ColOmbian... the country is with an O😭

  • Nos
    Nos2 muaj më parë

    The need to conflate the "I don't see colour" (I don't consider race a variable to tell me what a person's character) with you are erasing someone's racial lived experience is a gross and malicious interpretation. If anything, those "misinterpreting people" are the ones exhibiting bigoted views.

  • Eathan Scala
    Eathan Scala2 muaj më parë

    The white girl is so wearing the pants

  • Kimberly Holland
    Kimberly Holland2 muaj më parë

    I don't care if a black man is with a white women. What I don't like is when they put black women down in front of white women. Then she starts disrespecting black women. So when she gets checked. Oh, It's the angry black women's fault.

  • Carolanne Lunan
    Carolanne Lunan2 muaj më parë

    Help! I watched Oprah’ interview with Harry and Megan and all the headlines and sound bites are about the who dared question Archie’s skin colour. I am feeling racist as I was curious too. Many years ago a mixed race couple brought their new baby girl over. I thought she was one of the most beautiful babies I had ever seen ..... the black people in the room were all checking behind her ears, the souls of her feet and palms and discussing their predictions about what colour she would be. Were they racist or is this like the ‘n’ word where whites shouldn’t use it (I never haven’t find it offensive), but blacks can. I had always known babies eye colour changes, but finding out a babies skin colour changes was ‘news’ to me. Flash forward to any mixed babies birth and I am always curious to see the mix. I think mixed babies are beautiful and find genetics fascinating. Does this make me a racist or just curious? Back to the interview ..... although Oprah’s mouth dropped open at that comment it may or may not have been racist. In my mind it really depends on the heart of the person asking ...... curious, worried, or judgemental. To me it makes a difference, but I need educating. Regardless it could be a teachable moment. I secretly hoped Archie would get more of his moms colour as he is a grand baby or the future king who I suspect is the person who made the comment. The love of a grand baby may be the greatest teacher for the royal family and just maybe the ‘firm’ will open their eyes. The ‘firm’ made Princess Margaret’s life hell, Charles not being able to marry for love cause Princess Diana a lot of pain and now there is Megan who is not being helped and supported. Mental Illness, and Black Lives Matter are 2 BIG issues that Mega could be helpful in bringing them all into the 21st century and bridging the gap between white privy edge and black culture. I do think racism is a big talking point of the interview, but I thought the bigger issue is not giving Archie a title or security. Why would the rules be different for him? I do think Harry is a little tone deaf too ..... as he still lives a life of luxury complaining about be cut off (hurtful indeed) when people are losing job and homes and are ‘really’ poor was not the best timing. The biggest issue is the way the paparazzi is in bed with the ‘firm’ and how their racist views are being perpetuated and no one is standing up to them. I am curious why they are not eating Prince Andrew alive with his scandalous behaviour. Am I racist or am I curious? Whoppie was curious too, so feeling a bit better (referring to comments on The View). I have a lot to learn about the entitlement I was born into and appreciate your safe place to learn and ask questions. Hoping to hear an answer to my questions/concerns in a future interview.

  • Patricia Stauch
    Patricia Stauch2 muaj më parë

    If you are going to really see a person, you will see their color.

  • MnS Vlogs
    MnS Vlogs2 muaj më parë

    Love this conversation

  • Kgaogelo Kgosana
    Kgaogelo Kgosana2 muaj më parë

    I was cringing the whole video😬

  • Courbyne Bufford
    Courbyne Bufford3 muaj më parë

    Love how upfront Rachel is and how Bryan meets her in that place because they genuinely love each other and want to build an honest marriage and handle everything that comes with being together realistically. Like if they are going to be together, they have to be together in everything. I respectfully think that Lindsay had the privilege of not being bothered by others opinion of around her significant other. Like that has to factor in because you are doing life with someone who it does in some way affect. So interesting. Gotta have the hard conversations or else you are just wading water and not preparing for life’s storms.

  • Thad Smith
    Thad Smith3 muaj më parë

    My mom wants to know why your black

  • Jei Johnson
    Jei Johnson3 muaj më parë

    She said she doesn’t see color smh. Definitely has a lot more work to do before even thinking about raising black children.

  • Wardawg
    Wardawg3 muaj më parë

    This video is extra wierd since PK and Lindsay are broken up.

  • FunnySpoon
    FunnySpoon3 muaj më parë

    All the people mad about the no color comment. I'm just doing what MLK said bro.

  • A1
    A14 muaj më parë

    Would anyone want to talk more about this? To see where you are agree and disagree.

  • ModernXMade83
    ModernXMade834 muaj më parë

    I don’t see how Black People KNOWING the history of anti-black racism knowing THE HISTORY of Jim Crow can honestly sit here and love a non-black person. Just my opinion, you absolutely can NOT BE pro-black and marry someone who is not BLACK. Pro-blackness starts with the family. The history of white folks should really be taking into consideration and why many black people want acceptance and white proximity

  • Gannnide
    Gannnide4 muaj më parë

    Well they (P.K and Lindsey) have broken up now. I wonder if this had anything to do with it 🧐 😐.

  • Kiki Li
    Kiki Li4 muaj më parë

    the statement "i dont see colour" is very unhelpful. perhaps "i dont believe the hierarchy connotations society has historically attached to various skin pigment". wordy and but lolol it doest sound as dismissive as the first statement

  • Kevin Appiah
    Kevin Appiah4 muaj më parë

    whos here cause of the PK VONN break up news

  • Kisha
    Kisha4 muaj më parë

    Lindsay and PK are now broken up and Rachel and Brian are now happily married. Folks in the comments called it.

  • BAseny

    BAseny

    2 muaj më parë

    Yay! For Rachel and Brian

  • Clintina Glass
    Clintina Glass4 muaj më parë

    How do you not see color? You can say It doesn't matter what color, or something along those lines. To say u don't see color is not true

  • Michelle Ikoma
    Michelle Ikoma4 muaj më parë

    The term interracial irritates me. There is only one race. Can we call it intercultural, or inter-colour (not the same)?

  • Dani
    Dani4 muaj më parë

    You can clearly see… One couple has done the work and the other one has not. I hope they do the work before they have children, since they are already getting married after the pandemic. Bringing biracial children into the world when you, as an interracial couple, have not done the depth of work necessary… It is truly a sabotage of not only your family as a whole, but specifically of your children. They talk a good game, but it is very clear that they haven’t continued to dig. Also, from a scientific standpoint, color blindness is a genetic disorder that rarely affects people other than white males. The chances of her being colorblind are impossibly low.

  • millsie
    millsie4 muaj më parë

    I feel like Lindsey definitely meant well during the conversation, but her statement about not seeing colour was definitely a controversial one. I, personally, am a black woman and while that statement is very cringeworthy in the essence that seeing colour is needed to move forward, I believe that Lindsey said that in a sort of ignorance of just how offensive or unnerving that statement has become. I also don’t believe that it was Emmanuel’s fault for not calling her up on it. He has determined his stance on that statement to be the same as many people’s in these comments, time after time and to different people, I might add. However, the internet will be the internet.

  • Brie Williams
    Brie Williams4 muaj më parë

    I want another one of these episodes

  • Justi Siempre
    Justi Siempre4 muaj më parë

    Lindsay: I don't see color. My family shouldn't either. Me: (cringe) Really? The attraction between people is all sensory. How do you NOT see the shade of their skin, the color of their eyes, the shape of their mouth, or their hair texture? Isn't disingenuous and disrespectful not to? Comments like confirm the opposite. Color is exactly what the speaker sees.

  • Haïlié Sélassié
    Haïlié Sélassié5 muaj më parë

    CHECK OUT CYN G VIDEO A BOUT THAT. SHE IS DEPICTING WHAT IS REALLY GOING ON IN THIS VIDEO.

  • Sierra Hobby
    Sierra Hobby5 muaj më parë

    I wish he would have talks with biracial people and how they have to navigate their world as people who are mixed. That has always been a struggle for me personally and it would be interesting to see those struggles voiced.

  • Lonnell E.
    Lonnell E.5 muaj më parë

    “I don’t see color” 🤦🏽‍♂️

  • MilouDivyne
    MilouDivyne5 muaj më parë

    I plan on swirling for the days of my lives

  • Nathan Daniels
    Nathan Daniels5 muaj më parë

    Bro! ... How!? And why, ... did you allow that "I don't see color" from the white young lady to just slip by you? It's Abso-freakin'-lutely infuriating! If someone says that they don't see color then they are ONLY seeing the world thru their own lived experiences. Which can be very different from a Black person's lived experiences. Not seeing color means that you do not and have not seen what it means to be anything outside of whatever you are, which is extremely problematic.

  • BEYOND MEMORIES
    BEYOND MEMORIES5 muaj më parë

    I see females dominating this stage what black skinned male could possibly accept integration to this level innocent defenseless little black boys and black men are targeted and on deck to be exterminated by suffocation genetic experimentation (jews arabs indians europeons ) innocent defenseless little black boys and black men are molested and abused and tortured every hour in the houses where they call home and the perps are females court judges and other pros know about these atrocities and are paid to turn a blind eye by favors given to them you fouls are living kings dream and you are a major part of these problems

  • Nyasha
    Nyasha5 muaj më parë

    when she said "I don't see color" I ran to the comments section

  • Bryson Hardy
    Bryson Hardy5 muaj më parë

    You see, I like Black Women for a Little bit, but I only dating a White Women. I just don't want everybody to hate all of these People of everybody about the Color of my Skin.

  • Charlie Wilcox
    Charlie Wilcox5 muaj më parë

    PK and Lindsey gripping each other's hands the whole time as if to show just how in love they are, while the other couple is there for the discussion and do not need to be all over each other just to prove a point. PK..."if there are ppl who don't like me...I don't waste one second thinking about it..." Lie! Nobody wants to feel that their partner's family and friends don't like them. Maybe it won't change his mind about marrying the woman of his choice, and it should not, s long as she loves and respects him, but he spends more than a second thinking about it because he is human and no human wants to feel excluded. A whole lot of bs in this conversation

  • Speedyreedy1218
    Speedyreedy12185 muaj më parë

    Aww at Rachel and Bryan rocking the sneaks together. 😍😍 I know this has nothing to do with the topic. Just pointing it out. Carry on..

  • Tay Tay
    Tay Tay5 muaj më parë

    these were the wrong people to interview- they're too commercialized and pc therefore this convo failed to get to the REAL issues interracial couples face...

  • Goddess
    Goddess5 muaj më parë

    It really sounds ignorant when people say I don’t see color. As of seeing someone of color is a bad thing or as if having color in your skin is a bad thing there are a lot of white people who do not see color example when a black person’s walking down the street they literally turn their head away or look right past you because they do not want to see a person of color so they pretend you don’t exist

  • very caring
    very caring5 muaj më parë

    SEE COLOUR...THATS HUMAN COLOUR. BEAUTIFUL MOSAIC OF HUMANS. STEREOTYPES DO NOT HAVE TO ACCOMPANY THE COMPLEXION. Get OVERRRRRRRR it!!!! 💚💜💙💛❤💖💜💙💚💛💙❤💛 I found the white woman holding her husband's hand was nervous and didnt allow her husband to answer a question at some point. It actually made me uncomfortable. The black woman was more comfortable and spoke with ease. She made me feel confidant about her communication of perspective. Seemed as though the white woman was on the "defensive".

  • Athena124
    Athena1245 muaj më parë

    Mixed babies are so beautiful, in my opinion.

  • Sy’ria Bby
    Sy’ria Bby5 muaj më parë

    A black woman needs to do these interviews cus this ain’t it ..

  • Charley Hale
    Charley Hale5 muaj më parë

    I don’t wanna say I essentially see color because beyond why history and peoples hatred. I know that we are all human and our skin color doesn’t define the fact that we are a human race with beating hearts and feelings we all come into the world the same way. It’s the evil of the world that tears us apart. My three best friends in this world are black those girls are my family they are my sisters they are beautiful. Their skin color is beautiful and I know racism is so very relevant and has been. It’s horrific i nanny a three year old black boy and he doesn’t see our skin color it’s when we grow up that the evil of the world strips our innocence. Things have to change hearts have to change the divide needs to stop. Of course it’s not so simple but I pray it will.

  • JR
    JR6 muaj më parë

    I'm biracial and never had problem. It seems people are more attracted to mixed people as well. I'm not sure what these folks are talking about in terms of bringing a baby to this world that's mixed.

  • Clintina Glass
    Clintina Glass6 muaj më parë

    There is that phrase again,"I don't see color" what does that mean? Everything has a color⚪️🔵🔴🌈

  • Tracey Williams
    Tracey Williams6 muaj më parë

    “If they don’t like me then...” Her: that’s their problem 🤷🏼‍♀️

  • Domi B
    Domi B6 muaj më parë

    1st thing i noticed the Js xD

  • Rocky 689
    Rocky 6896 muaj më parë

    Lindsay just needs a couple of black girlfriends and she'll be ok...ones that would help her avoid faux pa's like...I don't see color...awkward 😬

  • TTSantiago821
    TTSantiago8216 muaj më parë

    Its more work to be done with Lindsey, but it seems she is open to the work. The I don't see color mentality has got to go, the entire point of this conversation is because color absolutely does matter. It may not matter in the way society has shown it needs to, that is a bad example but my skin tells alot about me and it is who I am. Now, if you come from a place of stereotypes then you will have the complete wrong idea of what it means to be in my skin based on the color it is. Color matters and when you don't have melanin it makes sense that you would say it doesn't matter because you are deficient of it....but that still doesn't make it right. Teachable moment for her indeed and hopefully they had this talk.

  • JT
    JT6 muaj më parë

    This is how mature adults that are leaders carry conversations. Very happy and grateful for this dialogue. The only way this country will ever be great! 💯🤘🏾

  • Tasha Rob
    Tasha Rob6 muaj më parë

    How is she going to teach her kids history when she doesn’t see colour?

  • Olivier Katombe
    Olivier Katombe6 muaj më parë

    THIS IS CRAP ...These people are rich and have been in the public eye. it should be done with poorer people

  • The Popular Brunnette
    The Popular Brunnette6 muaj më parë

    Nah, she sees color. She see him as a black men with green dollars.

  • Diaab muhammad
    Diaab muhammad6 muaj më parë

    When people who are white say the phrase "I don't see color" it's extremely discouraging because to not acknowledge what someone looks like it seems like they're lying to yourself it's not whether you see someone's color it's you treating them regardless of the color with the same respect you would have someone who looks like you

  • Angelic frequency
    Angelic frequency6 muaj më parë

    @Emmanuel Acho Totally awesome conversations

  • K CL
    K CL6 muaj më parë

    It's crazy for me to think about, that some people in interracial relationships don't talk about all of this. Idk how you can navigate dating without these talks. I've dated mostly out of my race, and I want the man I date to feel safe and be able to express freely whatever is bothering him, or voice any concerns. I want to be his ally in life, so these talks are needed. My birth family is white, but extended family is very mixed with all different nationalities and races. I've fought since I was a child, for people to be anti-racist, and I think people need to really date consciously, and try to see things from another's point of view. I don't want a man who wants to date me simply cause he likes white women. Usually black or latino men that think this way, have dated white women that were very passively racist (or directly when behind closed doors) and ignorant to it, so the men don't know how to even speak up about their needs and hold in a ton of emotions that need to be let out. I understand that this and other things can make many people just want to date within their own race. Black love should be celebrated for sure because it is beautiful. Facts. Interracial dating can be beautiful too, but only if you can truly appreciate that person for the whole of who they are. Don't date for fetish. Date for love, and be ready to be uncomfy, because that is needed. Love is beautiful, but real love gets uncomfy to make love flourish and grow.

  • Keenan Duke
    Keenan Duke6 muaj më parë

    Pretty sure he and his family are Colombian not Columbian.

  • Keenan Duke

    Keenan Duke

    6 muaj më parë

    @Nia X Well played

  • G Dubbs
    G Dubbs6 muaj më parë

    A lot of folks in interracial relationship get a rude awakening when the bring their partners home

  • G Dubbs
    G Dubbs6 muaj më parë

    I think what your show does for me is to articulate many of the things I already know and feel as a middle aged black man.

  • Madds Keim
    Madds Keim6 muaj më parë

    I hope they had a conversation about Lindsay “seeing color” I think it would be beneficial in the long run

  • Trishna D
    Trishna D6 muaj më parë

    I don’t like the statement “I don’t see color”. It’s used by so many racist ppl to cover up their racism(not saying she’s racist)Cuz unless you’re blind, you definitely see color.

  • wakeup bell
    wakeup bell6 muaj më parë

    "I don't see color." Cringe cringe cringe! I hope at some point in the episode, someone called her out for that

  • Dr Feel
    Dr Feel6 muaj më parë

    this still needs another episode or follow up - or something

  • Dr Feel
    Dr Feel6 muaj më parë

    Emmanuel did you make this episode right yet?

  • Joe Kelly
    Joe Kelly6 muaj më parë

    “Have you ever dated a black woman” Lady, I’ve never dated anyone

  • r
    r6 muaj më parë

    Interracial couple don't need to care about what other people think about them!! Just focus on your own happy relationships!! It's nobody's business💖💖

  • H.D. Sneed
    H.D. Sneed6 muaj më parë

    These two couple are delusional. The Host didn't ask the meat of racial division, it was surfacing.

  • Mika Miks
    Mika Miks6 muaj më parë

    I don’t see colour 🤔😂😂😂 is this man serious 😂

  • Ann Gatita
    Ann Gatita7 muaj më parë

    Can we get an episode about biracial children?

  • Maria Sterling
    Maria Sterling8 muaj më parë

    Please update your subtitles. Colombia is a country with two o's and no u's. People from Colombia 🇨🇴 are called colombians again no u's. Please spread the word so us Colombians are represented correctly!!

  • Patrice Renee
    Patrice Renee8 muaj më parë

    From the looks of this Lindsay and PK have a long way to go go. I'm sure she loves him but something seems unsettling in her about this topic. PK is glossing over some things as well. Lindsay is struggling emotionally with this and its so obvious to me she doesn't seem all that "happy" like PK is making himself look. PK needs to dig a lil deeper with her if he wants his marriage to be successful...Lindsay looks like she wants that depth but PK is keeping this appearance up. just my observation.

  • Astor Zable
    Astor Zable8 muaj më parë

    I thought the word "Mixed" in regard to children went out with Oriental and Colored. Biracial/Multiracial but not Mixed.

  • Your New StepMom The Show
    Your New StepMom The Show8 muaj më parë

    ok who is Emmanuel married to yall. I need perspective.

  • BIG ONE
    BIG ONE8 muaj më parë

    Lol I skipped through Lindsey's comment cause I felt awkward, right when she said "I don't see" I Knew what was coming but to be honest, this is why this show is great. She was raised in a world where 10 years ago people would clap when a white person said "I don't see color" We can't fault her for that but we can make her see how permittive that is to someone' culture and "identity" Even Emmanuel corrected the white family and made them understand why that phrase is insulting

  • Glenn Creswell
    Glenn Creswell9 muaj më parë

    Bravo to Emmanual Acho for using his intellect and platform for transformative dialogues. I can't help of thinking of white women who gave their children up for adoption because they didn't"t have e safe space or felt the pressure of an unwelcoming family to keep and raise their precious human beings. Social norms and hateful social constructs have been an impediment to equality in America. One race--Human.

  • Lindsey D
    Lindsey D9 muaj më parë

    Even before I ever dated outside my race, I didn't care what my parents thought of my partners. I'm the one dating them, and it's what makes me happy. Also, I didn't care if my partner liked my family or not bc he was dating me, not them, plus I've never been super close to my family. All in all, who you're with is about the two of you, others opinions are invalid.

  • playboyv12
    playboyv129 muaj më parë

    The “I don’t see color” may just be poor wording for “I won’t treat people of color any differently (I.e. worse)”. You have to look at the intent and context and not just purely the words.

  • Hayden Nightingale
    Hayden Nightingale9 muaj më parë

    How come nothing was asked about bringing in a white partner into a black family?

  • Meli
    Meli9 muaj më parë

    White woman: I don’t see color The internet: guess she has some more learning to do ... or maybe she is medically blind.

  • Michael Mccluskey
    Michael Mccluskey9 muaj më parë

    "I don't waste one second thinking about it"... thats real!

  • Aaron Ankrim El
    Aaron Ankrim El9 muaj më parë

    This is stupid lmao

  • Gaming With Mia
    Gaming With Mia9 muaj më parë

    I love this! This has been a huge segway for my husband and I to talk about the future our kids will have to face (us being a multi-ethinc family) with so much being exposed in our society and how people still to this day deny things like racism, prejudices, and injustice in the justice system. Thank you so much for creating this channel.

  • Clifton Connor
    Clifton Connor9 muaj më parë

    This is an insult to Foundational Black Americans. You do not speak for us. STFU! Acho does not represent us nor share our history or lineage. How did this garbage get any traction?

  • Clifton Connor

    Clifton Connor

    7 muaj më parë

    @The Afrodisiac And how has that been working out for us?

  • Heidi Garske
    Heidi Garske9 muaj më parë

    You need to have some couples who have been married for 30+ years, have children and have answered the questions that are left open in this episode through our life journey. These are young people who are as wise as they have the capacity to be, but do not have answers that my life 3 decades of international marriage can answer. There are many of us, so, find us.

  • BlackBetty
    BlackBetty9 muaj më parë

    As a black woman, not only did I ask my white husband will his family accept me, but I also asked “is there anyone else in your family in an interracial relationship?” I didn’t want to be the ONLY “outsider” at events. His first cousin married a Hispanic woman. His aunt married an Asian American man. His other cousin married a Nigerian. At the first barbecue, it was colorful and refreshing. I knew I chose the right man/family.

  • J RP
    J RP9 muaj më parë

    I can’t imagine anyone who isn’t racially biased in an unhealthy way being “troubled” by a loving relationship of any kind when two people are getting what they need for themselves and each other, unless perhaps the person who is “troubled” by this is emotionally immature to a large degree when it comes to dating/relationships, and jealous or just angry over their own failures to make meaningful relationships?

  • Antoinette Goodson
    Antoinette Goodson9 muaj më parë

    Somebody should really correct her on the 'I don't see color' comment!! She's going to have children!! There's so much she needs to know. PLEASE stop saying you don't see color!! We ALL see color!! Hello!! 👀 That's the point! See my color, and respect me anyway! See my color, and love me anyway! See my color and honor my culture, it's history and it's rich heritage and legacy. I hope somebody told her off camera. 🤦🏾‍♀️🤦🏾‍♀️✌🏾

  • Jetta P
    Jetta P9 muaj më parë

    Even the extended version was too short, but a good listen.

  • Chief Rocca
    Chief Rocca9 muaj më parë

    Can we also address thst Emmanuel is a 1st generation immigrant, but uses the term Black Man. I'm going out on a limb here, and he can respond for hiself, but Nigerians do not identify with Black Americans... how then can you speak for us? Emmanuel, cut it out.

  • Chanelle Tucker
    Chanelle Tucker9 muaj më parë

    How don’t you see color, while holding a black man’s hand in 20 damn 20? Unbelievable! She would of gotten more than just a face from me. I would of made sure I corrected her blindness before she said anything else, or left that chair. Make it uncomfortable like the title claims🙏🏾

  • Jamari Egdi A
    Jamari Egdi A9 muaj më parë

    I wish there were more discussions on this subject!

  • Joe house
    Joe house9 muaj më parë

    Acho, I've watched every one of your episodes and have been impressed. This episode left me "feeling some kinda way" and I was disappointed. I have dated girls from ALL races and don't think race should ever matter. Love is love. Fuck people if they have a problem.

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