Uncomfortable Conversations with a Black Man - The Year in Review: 2020

A year recap: 2020 was an incredibly trying year, physically & mentally.
6 months ago today, I embarked on a journey to a fight one of the 2 viruses we faced in this devastating year. The virus of the mind, racism. With over 70 million views across 10 episodes, I am extremely thankful for all of you who chose to journey with me. In 2021, let’s keep changing the world, together ❤️


  • Sally Jeffries
    Sally Jeffries2 ditë më parë

    Thank you Emmanuel 😭🥰😍

  • Don Thompson
    Don Thompson12 ditë më parë

    We all have so many worries just as human beings things to deal with and then add on being a black person just as white people we have worries case in point I'm a white man who lives in a predominantly white neighborhood and I have insomnia and I'm reluctant to go outside and walk around my neighborhood early in the morning cuz I can't sleep how would I feel if I was a black man I probably wouldn't leave the house

  • chris ottley
    chris ottley19 ditë më parë

    I love these videos, very powerful. I would love to see your approach to discussing stereotypes social media and music industry promotes of black and white cultures.

  • pinfold1000
    pinfold100029 ditë më parë


  • Susie Smith
    Susie SmithMuaj më parë

    You are racism and the real threat to this country. I would like to say I'm sorry your life was so bad but I doubt it was and it is not my fault. By apologizing I give you power you have no right to.

  • Susie Smith
    Susie SmithMuaj më parë


  • Dhona Skye
    Dhona SkyeMuaj më parë

    I would like to come.in for a conversation..I am mixed but am white skinned...or in old days that say I'm passing. And would love to add to the conversation.

  • Jesse Ha
    Jesse HaMuaj më parë

    Can you have an uncomfortable conversation with Asian Americans? I think there is a lot of tension that is being stoke between Blacks-Asians in the media right now. As of today there are an increasing number of attacks on Asian elders by Black men. I think this needs to be discussed.

  • Teresa Ashman
    Teresa AshmanMuaj më parë

    Thank you for your “uncomfortable” show. While I strive to be anti-racist and I can be very outspoken, I often find it difficult to call people out in a way that helps to open their minds and hearts rather than making them feel defensive. I really loved you reading the comment of the 73 year old man who acknowledged his awakening and asked for you not to give up on people like him. I’m hopeful the country is waking up, but it only continues with the type of conversations that you are having. I look forward to more of your shows.

  • Amanda Gee
    Amanda GeeMuaj më parë

    Hi Emmanuel, would you be able to do a video with the AAPI community? With the recent rise of hate against Asians, I’d love to see more conversations between black and Asian folks... shared experiences with racism in this country as well as different experiences.

  • Funtane429
    Funtane429Muaj më parë

    Where you at bro? It’s been 2 months

  • HollyWood Life
    HollyWood LifeMuaj më parë

    Saw you on the bachelor, you did a great job

  • Katie Noelle
    Katie Noelle2 muaj më parë

    Bro. No joke my cousin is you'r assistant or something but shes ur friend. Her names Meagan Appell. :)

  • Jesse


    Muaj më parë

    @Katie Noelle . and?

  • Katie Noelle

    Katie Noelle

    Muaj më parë

    @Jesse she’s actually his assistant and best friend

  • Jesse


    Muaj më parë


  • Pilar Ezeta
    Pilar Ezeta2 muaj më parë

    Thank you for this space.

  • J. M.
    J. M.2 muaj më parë

    You were the perfect one for hosting the bachelor after show!!!!!!

  • Mary Kim-Garrity
    Mary Kim-Garrity2 muaj më parë

    Brilliant content!

  • ami2 squ
    ami2 squ2 muaj më parë

    The preacher is REAL

  • SarahM
    SarahM2 muaj më parë

    I am white and I support equality 100%, and see the struggles that the black community goes through. I support the overall message of BLM and, whilst I do not support violence, I understand it in some circumstances. However, I do have one question about BLM: How can you justify violent protests when they end up negatively affecting black people? Why is it okay to say to a black business owner "hey, you matter so much to us that we are going to vandalise your property and destroy your life's work"? I am genuinely open to hearing an answer to this, I just haven't been able to find one so far.

  • Brian V
    Brian V2 muaj më parë

    Dude. you may not believe in 'Cancel Culture', but one day you will experience it. Because it comes for everyone...

  • Brian Oconnell
    Brian Oconnell2 muaj më parë

    It should be called "Uncomfortable Conversations With a Racist Black Man" for accuracy.

  • Iceman 19
    Iceman 192 muaj më parë

    I have an idea to help you stop whining about race. Why don't you start creating your own game shows, sports leagues, education system etc etc, instead of attaching yourself to White americans sheit. The reason you hang around White creations is because you're not capable of creating your own.

  • Eli Le scholten
    Eli Le scholten2 muaj më parë

    Please speak to someone that can challenge your beliefs. Your vids are excellent but all the people so far ive seen are left wing or do not know enough to truly make good points against your beliefs.

  • Brian Oconnell
    Brian Oconnell2 muaj më parë

    The only racist in these discussions is the moderator, and he's a big one.

  • Sara Williams
    Sara Williams2 muaj më parë

    I never realized how deeply ingrained racism was within society until the past few years. I think my generation was almost gaslit into seeing it as a nonexistent nonissue of the past in order to uphold the white status quo. Your videos are so beyond important. Something that has weighed on my heart especially as I lost my first child in 2018, is the disparity between black and white maternal and neonatal death rates. Black women die due to pregnancy and childbirth related reasons more than 2.5 times the rate of white women! And black infants die at over twice the rate of white infants. This is incredibly upsetting. It shouldn't have taken experiencing medical negligence and the loss of my own full term child to care about this, but before then I was never exposed to a community (bereaved parents) that talked about it. Child loss has always been taboo, as well as maternal death, which isolates the grievers unjustly. I can only imagine how terrifying it is to go through pregnancy and childbirth as a black woman. I would love to see you interview health care providers, specifically OBGYN's as well on why black women (and men) are still not heard when it comes to symptoms, pain, etc. The statistics aren't natural they're systemic and I really wish these people would be held accountable for allowing their prejudice to cost lives.

  • Becca Noel
    Becca Noel2 muaj më parë

    Please sit down and have a conversation with Dr. Lafayette! He worked with MLK and is a history maker and I currently have him as a kind of asssistant teacher in my class. It's like having clas with a famous person lolol He is super great and has soem realy great storys and a vast knowledge of Kingian nonviolence! We all think he should get on your show! Please like this so he can see!

  • Becca Noel

    Becca Noel

    2 muaj më parë

    It would be so interesting to see you ask him questions and him even ask you questions about BLM and equality.

  • John Smith
    John Smith2 muaj më parë

    Any comment that is not in whole hearted support of what is being said here will be deleted!

  • whyneed1215
    whyneed12152 muaj më parë

    This is a cringe mess. Haha. You're not even all that black. Ha.

  • Lisa Stallings
    Lisa Stallings2 muaj më parë

    The most uncomfortable conversation I have had with a black man was with a a former employee. He was black Cherokee and someone in the office said did you walk the Trail of Tears ? He said in chains... The history of black people in Oklahoma is worth studying...I have learned to listen assume I know nothing...

  • Joshua J
    Joshua J2 muaj më parë

    1:22 I completely disagree. We shouldn't see color, we are all humans at the end of the day

  • Joshua J

    Joshua J

    2 muaj më parë

    @SarahM I meant we Shouldn't . My bad

  • SarahM


    2 muaj më parë

    That's what he said

  • screamin' mimi
    screamin' mimi2 muaj më parë

    I'm sorry, but these "conversations" don't amount to anything more than trying to make everyone who's not black feel guilty for not being black. I guess I'm supposed to feel guilty about being white, but I don't. Scientifically, it's really just the luck of the sperm draw, just like anyone born into royalty, etc. - all just luck. I'm offended that just because I'm white, I must automatically be a racist. I definitely have priveleges that many others don't have, and I'm not going to apologize for that - I had nothing to do with it. And I'm just sick of being preached at, for something I'm not!!!

  • Brian Oconnell

    Brian Oconnell

    2 muaj më parë

    But you don't have any privilege because of your being white. None. Not once in your life have you been given something because you're white that people of other colors didn't also get.

  • silloweet
    silloweet2 muaj më parë

    What is this bruh

  • go0gz G
    go0gz G2 muaj më parë

    People like you are to blame for why so called racism will never end in this country. You continue to use a reason to build a following and clout. You call people racist simply based off the color of their skin.

  • Star of The Show
    Star of The Show2 muaj më parë

    What a clown! This society is so racist and oppressive to black people that a black person like you could find so much success and recognition despite your professional victimhood mentality. It's people like you that is fueling the divisiveness in this country on the question of race. Pointing out racism where there isn't any. What about Asian Americans? What about recent immigrants from Africa? Why are they not being pushed down by the racist boot? B/c they work hard rather than complaining about being victimized...

  • Marie Jean-Louis
    Marie Jean-Louis2 muaj më parë

    By the way I purchased your book

  • Marie Jean-Louis
    Marie Jean-Louis2 muaj më parë

    Hello bro Acho You are doing great job. Am commenting here about your upcoming hosting of After the Final Rose. You don't have to beg anyone to accept you. You are doing the franchise a favor . You are saving it. You are articulate intelligent and diplomatic. The franchise should consider it a privilege that you have accepted

  • Jaime Uh
    Jaime Uh2 muaj më parë

    Now about hispanics? Asians? Why it gotta be always about blacks?

  • Brian Oconnell

    Brian Oconnell

    2 muaj më parë

    Asians are too busy succeeding wildly in this supposedly racist country to have time to mess with this drivel.

  • shoobumu
    shoobumu2 muaj më parë

    I would love to see you have a conversation with Thomas Sowell. I disagree with a lot of the things he claims, but also find some of the things he brings into focus interesting.

  • Brian Oconnell

    Brian Oconnell

    2 muaj më parë

    Thomas Sowell would rip him a new one.

  • Raynai Johnson
    Raynai Johnson2 muaj më parë

    Congrats on new opportunity hosting the bachelor..

  • Melinda and Tan C
    Melinda and Tan C2 muaj më parë

    @Emmanuel, could we see a conversation between you and Asian personalities like Awkwafina or Daniel Dae Kim? Would love to hear a conversation about the uncomfortable relationship amongst the older generations of Asians and Blacks. We need to come together and support each other now more than ever, and your videos are exactly what the world needs. Thank you for doing these.

  • Kendra
    Kendra2 muaj më parë

    Ooo he fine

  • Purple Phase
    Purple Phase2 muaj më parë

    I wish this guy would learn that "etcetera" is not pronounced "ex cetera.". Geez.

  • Ed Barnard
    Ed Barnard2 muaj më parë

    Get Lebron James to join you on bachelor and watch the ratings go to ZEROOOOOOOOOOOO!!!!!

  • Charlie Gladwell
    Charlie Gladwell2 muaj më parë

    Will you please have Larry Elder on your show?

  • Brian Oconnell

    Brian Oconnell

    2 muaj më parë

    Never in a million years would he do that. Larry would eat him for lunch, and deservedly so.

  • Scott Gaspar
    Scott Gaspar2 muaj më parë

    Hey Emmanuel, my wife showed me your videos, obviously I’m a nobody but I’d love to have a conversation with you. Also I’m a police officer in Southern California and I’d love to bring you along for a day or multiple days to experience what a police officers day looks like. Also just purchased your book

  • Bastian
    Bastian2 muaj më parë

    That poor little girl, crying and terrified thanks to being brainwashed by drivel like this. Ever consider *you* may be the ignorant one?

  • Secret Owl
    Secret Owl2 muaj më parë

    I don't like the politics that are inserted into the causes. Like so many people, I look at black lives matter as a anti American Marxist movement, like how the police are viewed with a broad brush, perception is everything. I hope these great movements can detach themselves from the mostly elite who want to highjack them, otherwise people like me who may just have a perception issue, maybe not, will be divided.

  • Fe
    Fe2 muaj më parë

    Emmanuel, I just subscribed to your Channel today and wanted to let you know that this is the kind of content I need to see on ALthe. KUDOS! Your Talks at Google appearance yesterday made me curious about who you are as a black man in the USA, and you are awesome. Well done my brother, well done. Looking forward to new content soon. Peace & joy to you and your family!

  • Rae Rae
    Rae Rae2 muaj më parë

    ahhh i m so irritated of the book shipping issue atm , have placed the order for months, and not hear anything from the site. why is it so hard to get to read the book

  • No other Like my own skin
    No other Like my own skin2 muaj më parë

    Thank u

  • No other Like my own skin
    No other Like my own skin2 muaj më parë

    What does religious do to white folk and other individuals for black human?

  • No other Like my own skin
    No other Like my own skin2 muaj më parë

    Can you show important ALthers Community's? Can you show off culture and people around world?

  • No other Like my own skin
    No other Like my own skin2 muaj më parë

    Uncomfortable Conversation with a Black Man Can you make in 2021? (1) Black 72 old Woman Deaf & Blind individual (2) Trans Woman 34 Years Half Black & Half Korean individual (3) California Community's White Mother(F) Deaf use ASL (American Sign Language) with Deaf Interpretation of All Women of "Black, Middle East, Pakistani, Nepali area" for color ----White American 25 LGBT+ & Color Freedom Feels for 15 Men & 10 Women deaf individuals (4) New York Community 4 Black as Day Blind Men (5) Japanese Woman individual from Japan that 34 years old from countries side of Japan. Visit in American about 2 year it city. Yes Bilingual in American English and Japan Japanese. (6) 3 Gender Non Conforming Individuals

  • Rick Vann
    Rick Vann3 muaj më parë

    I would love to sit down and have a conversation with you. I watched the Kyle Larson interview and I have lots to say and ask you. Like why is the word nigger derogatory in this day and age? I would like to set the record very straight on how black folks are not offended in the way some may suggest. But we need to talk and blow the lid off this and clear the damn air once and for all.

  • Doodle Bob
    Doodle Bob3 muaj më parë

    Race baiting trash

  • Bastian


    2 muaj më parë

    @Kafi Zola Based on what I see here, I kinda have to agree. It all seems to be based around the narrative that blacks are victims, and that white people are ignorant and need to be educated by this black guy.

  • Kafi Zola

    Kafi Zola

    2 muaj më parë

    Why do you say that?

  • Marco R
    Marco R3 muaj më parë

    Hey Emmanuel, just checking in. Are you ok? No new uploads for a while now. I know you don't respond to comments but if you can, let us know how things are going. I hope you are well.

  • Brian Oconnell

    Brian Oconnell

    2 muaj më parë

    @Emmanuel Acho I'm sure they're great ideas... along the lines of "Hating Whitey 101" or "Blaming Whitey 101" or "It's Never You: It's Whitey." Should be awesome.

  • Marco R

    Marco R

    2 muaj më parë

    @Emmanuel Acho Thank you so much. Nice to hear you are doing good. I wish the same for you and your family in these hard times. Love your book btw!

  • Emmanuel Acho

    Emmanuel Acho

    2 muaj më parë

    Hi Marco, I’m doing well! Thank you for asking - just working on new ideas and keeping busy with my day job on FS1. Hope you and your family are healthy and doing well bro

  • Sidney Hauser
    Sidney Hauser3 muaj më parë

    You want to have a real conversation on this subject email me

  • Sidney Hauser
    Sidney Hauser3 muaj më parë

    And another book idea, how to behave like decent human without using your ethnicity as and excuss

  • Sidney Hauser
    Sidney Hauser3 muaj më parë

    Here's a book for you, How to talk to a White person without playing the race card.

  • Brian Oconnell

    Brian Oconnell

    2 muaj më parë

    His mind would be unable to process that.

  • C Bell
    C Bell3 muaj më parë

    Don’t understand how you have these conversations without discussing the #1 killer of black men. So disingenuous.

  • Bastian


    2 muaj më parë

    Well, he did say uncomfortable conversations, not honest conversations. smh

  • Kristen M. Rivers
    Kristen M. Rivers3 muaj më parë

    The fact that your Dad was a preacher comes through you. You have a mission. Thank you so much!

  • Brian Oconnell

    Brian Oconnell

    2 muaj më parë

    Yep, his dad was, and I think still is, a preacher... a preacher who moved TO this supposedly racist country from Nigeria, and was received with open arms and treated with no racism whatsoever, just like his son, Emmanuel. And how does Emmanuel repay the favor? By making false and racist accusations against people who have done him no wrong whatsoever. It's sickening.

  • Harerazer
    Harerazer3 muaj më parë

    I want to thank you for this series. I'm a Black man of two Black parents but extremely light skinned. I have always been taught my Black culture and teach it to my kids, both biracial. Tnis series is simply amazing in it's power and ability to encourage the conversations needed to bring us all together. I truly thank you.

  • Isaac Figueroa
    Isaac Figueroa3 muaj më parë

    Emmanuel for president please and thank ya 🤩

  • xuzpeck
    xuzpeck3 muaj më parë

    Skin color and culture are two different things.

  • angelica
    angelica3 muaj më parë

    I would like to see a video of you speaking to some latinos because I know there is a lot of racism and stereotypes in our community towards black people. Especially with everything that has happened with vendors being attacked by black people and the ignorance that a large amount of hispanics have because of those videos that become public. I’d just really enjoy seeing a video like that

  • UzuMaki NaRuto

    UzuMaki NaRuto

    2 muaj më parë

    Did it ever occur to you that hispanics much like many other non-black people don't dislike black people for their skin color, but for their BEHAVIORS? Seems like black people CONSTANTLY mistake people criticising their bad and violent behaviors for racism because then they don't have to answer for those bad behaviors.

  • Mike Kennedy
    Mike Kennedy3 muaj më parë

    Please bring on Thomas Sowell!! I would love to see a nuanced discussion between your opposing POV, especially since your both black AND of very different generations.

  • Bastian


    2 muaj më parë

    I would definitely watch that.

  • Jill Whitmore
    Jill Whitmore3 muaj më parë

    please please please start a podcast. I would love to keep hearing your perspective and it is so needed.

  • Kyle Kristiaan
    Kyle Kristiaan3 muaj më parë

    As a middle-aged man, can I please ask that we define some terms: for example; ,"cancel culture ", I am not asking to be ignorant rather to educate myself on what others need from me. I wish to provide a safe environment for the multitude of cultures that exist, and having the right knowledge would help me better to practice empathy into another's view instead of deflecting because I lack the insight. A war was started before I was born, but it doesn't mean I have to pick a side or arm myself, rather I would like to fight on any side that has been denied the right of equality. I lived my life by a quote I made for myself, " I fear the things I create and I create the things I fear." This has allowed me to be awake but I am still hungry for truth, knowledge, wisdom, most important understanding. I thank God, your parents, teachers, your hero's for building the man I see in front of me.

  • Laura Williams
    Laura Williams3 muaj më parë

    This man is a jerk. All he cares about is black men but hate black women

  • Kafi Zola

    Kafi Zola

    2 muaj më parë

    Why do you say that?

  • Samantha Cruz
    Samantha Cruz3 muaj më parë

    What i love to see is someone talking more about colorism i am mix and people alway think i am white when i am mix

  • Camille Cockrell
    Camille Cockrell3 muaj më parë

    I would love to see him have this conversation with an ADOS person.

  • lex612
    lex6123 muaj më parë

    I truly enjoyed this series that you brought to your channel. Please continue with this series, as it is very informative and interesting to hear a discussion on differing view points

  • Kristi Doyle
    Kristi Doyle3 muaj më parë

    I know she's busy with a newborn right now but I would love to see you have Candace Owens in one of your conversations.

  • Sasha Carter
    Sasha Carter3 muaj më parë

    Wow that's crazy. I actually went to church with him growing up. His father was my pastor. Amazing to see how he has gone so far.

  • Tesslamay
    Tesslamay3 muaj më parë

    Thank you so much! My mother sent me this I'm so grateful these conversations need to be had! Time time for change has been now!

  • Tesslamay


    2 muaj më parë

    I disagree. But this seems like it would be the start of a pointless argument

  • Brian Oconnell

    Brian Oconnell

    2 muaj më parë

    The person who needs to have his eyes opened is Emmanuel.

  • zbulmer
    zbulmer3 muaj më parë

    I want to like this channel, but I was just scrolling through some of your vids and noticed most of your guests likely already agree with your position: Handler, Oprah, Matthew. Offer a more challenging conversation, invite someone that might disagree with you, someone that might ask the tough questions. Ex: Ben Shapiro, Larry Elder, Jordan Peterson. A more balanced conversation will reach more people.

  • Norma Lovo

    Norma Lovo

    2 muaj më parë

    We have to start someplace. We just started the conversation, let's keep it going among ourselves

  • Bastian


    2 muaj më parë

    Yes please. Having an echo chamber kind of defeats the point here, IMO.

  • Cody W
    Cody W3 muaj më parë

    I just wanted to say I think this channel is named a bit off. I've watched a lot of your videos and while they bring up good points, and show a lot of issues, they dont have the confrontation that I would love to see. I would like to see a die hard racist, or someone who believes racism doesn't exist on this show and you having a legit uncomfortable conversation. It seems like everyone on this channel you talk to agrees with you in most things. (I could be wrong I haven't seen every one of your videos) I love the content either way but I really want to see you talk to someone of the "otherside" so that you can truly bring us together.

  • Handee Ma'am
    Handee Ma'am3 muaj më parë

    Wasn't your 1st series with Tom Hanks? 🤔

  • Queenofweaves
    Queenofweaves3 muaj më parë

    👏🏾👏🏾👏🏾👏🏾👏🏾👏🏾👏🏾👏🏾👏🏾👏🏾👏🏾👏🏾 You my brotha are amazing! I look forward to what you will bring us this year 🥰

  • daniel watts
    daniel watts3 muaj më parë

    Hey Acho, I have a question to ask, as a black person in America what was it like when you first heard about slavery, how old were you, did you learn about it in school or from your parents, what did you think of white classmates when you were told, were you sad or angry or confused. How would you tell your kids about slavery one day? I would like to hear your take on this because as a white person the only thing I thought was that people in the past did horrible things but I'm not like that and its over now. I was only 10 and read about it in books about the civil war. The only time I heard about it in school was when I moved to Georgia and was told the civil war was fought over many issues slavery just being one of those issues... I knew my teacher was wrong but wanted to pass her test.

  • Bastian


    2 muaj më parë

    How was your teacher wrong?

  • Ms.Magnifasense
    Ms.Magnifasense4 muaj më parë

    Emannuel I loooooooooooove uuuuuuuuuu! You speak so well about people of color and I love the dialogue you are having in this time and age. Hooray!!

  • Belmont3338


    3 muaj më parë

    As a person of color, he does not speak well for us. And he definitely doesn't speak very well of whites. He's not representative of anyone

  • OGTrixore
    OGTrixore4 muaj më parë

    Please do one with Charlie Kirk. He believes white privilege doesn’t exist and that’s it’s racist and a lie. I think you’ll make him super uncomfortable and can potentially change his view or open his mind about it.

  • Brian Oconnell

    Brian Oconnell

    2 muaj më parë

    No, Charlie would simply destroy him. It would be fun to watch.

  • Mike Letterst
    Mike Letterst4 muaj më parë

    Uncomfortable conversation with Muslims please!

  • RoninAquila
    RoninAquila4 muaj më parë

    Hope there is a Season 2 for 2021! 😊❤️

  • Mike Jackson
    Mike Jackson4 muaj më parë

    You need a talk show like we had back in the day. When Oprah and Donahue stimulated the country to think about and truly discuss the Uncomfortable. Media today, all too often, is a buffet of comforts and is served in a way where we can consume as much as we can stomach. This nation needs to be forced to exercise and in doing so strengthen their awareness about who they share this great nation with and how to interact. We can all learn something working out this way. Mr. Emmanuel Acho....its time To go Prime Time. pls consider if your not already.

  • 5Shots
    5Shots4 muaj më parë

    You should do a conversation about gun control laws and how they don’t work

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

    These conversations were needed

  • Kim A
    Kim A4 muaj më parë

    Hello Emmanuel, I just saw your interracial episode and appreciated the content. I would love to have a candid conversation with you regarding how black people view Multi -ethinic people because I can testify as a multi-ethnic woman (African American, Okinawan, Japanese & European descent) I get asked this question "What are you?" From majority (100%) black men. Instead of breaking out a pie chart, I'd love to respond with the following: "I'm a child of God or perhaps, I'm a product of a dream realized, as a matter of fact, I'm whatever you need me to be so that you can feel comfortable because I'm fine with not fitting into boxes checked by all my ancestors...." How do you think that response would go? Another question for you is why is Barack Obama the first black President when he should be the first Biracial President or Kamala Harris the First Black Woman VP last I checked she was part Jamaican and Indian? Why do black people claim mixed people only when they're successful? I'd love to have an honest conversation because racism exists on all sides, stereotypes and biased behavior are innate to our human condition. Perhaps being multiethnic is the new minority because we don't fit into a mold anyone can control. Much like God whom I don't claim to be, I just know diversity exists in infinite combinations and we are all made in his image. Where most people see division I see unity because being human is the common denominator and a slave is a master in disguise. I'd love to hear your thoughts and discuss the 'elephant in the room', perhaps things are not Black or White but shades of red because war isn't only fought on the battlefield, but everyday with the use of words and we should choose our weapons wisely. I look forward to your candor and many more uncomfortable conversations to come. Peace be with you.

  • Julie-Anne Boxall
    Julie-Anne Boxall4 muaj më parë

    Dear Emmanuel, Thank you so much for speaking to me in my home in Googong New South Wales in Australia, and making my jaw hit the ground with astonishment time and time again. I watched your first episode like a child watching a Disney movie, somehow i went from sitting on my armchair to sitting on the footstool to sitting on the floor in front of the Tv with tears pouring down my face. It was an historical moment for me, and one i will cherish for ever. I am 57, i am learning more and more and realising that my big mouth that got me into so much trouble through the years is actually the ANTI mouth! I have pulled people up when they made jokes, i have pulled my family up when they called people names and yes i have have had to leave parties quite quickly on more than one occasion after trying to stop people being ok with behaving badly, and allowing others to behave that way around them. Bad things happen when good people do nothing has always been my rule, and as boring as my daughter and her friends thought my lectures were, i have heard them be ANTI as well. Now, I have a question for you! Your first show made my jaw drop, the fact that you are THIRTY made my jaw drop twice as hard and twice as far!! Where does your wisdom come from? What did your parents teach you to make you decide that this was going to be your path in life? Could we meet the amazing people who made you? I know men of 30 who still can't find their head with their hat and yet here you are, making people like me sit on the floor a nose away from the tv screen crying and thanking God for you and your words. You are a true blessing to millions and once again, i thank you.

  • Amber Eddy
    Amber Eddy4 muaj më parë

    As a white woman, I can tell you WP is real. I have it, I've seen it, I've lived it. And I've witnessed it with my own eyes when I was rolling deep and not being a good teen, I was told to go home, I don't belong in the hood.

  • Bastian


    2 muaj më parë

    @Brian Oconnell Well, our current society has been going out of their way to brainwash people with such notions. And doing a pretty successful job of it, it seems.

  • Brian Oconnell

    Brian Oconnell

    2 muaj më parë

    @Bastian The delusion of White Privilege. The poor dear has been brainwashed. She's never experienced any such privilege in her life, but racists have told her she has and she's bought into it.

  • Bastian


    2 muaj më parë


  • Amber Eddy
    Amber Eddy4 muaj më parë

    Thanks for what you do! I love this! I think they should show this in schools.

  • Belmont3338


    3 muaj më parë

    Heaven forbid. We'll be raising a bunch of woke idiots wanting to change the world but don't even know how to improve their own lives

  • dyt
    dyt4 muaj më parë

    i've discovered this channel recently so i haven't watched all videos yet, but i have an idea for an uncomfortable conversation. i'm an arab-italian living in italy with 100% white features so i can't possibly understand the struggle of black people, but i think it would be so interesting for you to have a conversation with an european black person, mainly to see the different experiences black people have living somewhere that is not America. I know for a fact that there is racism here too, but i don't think (i could be wrong, hence a conversation would be super interesting) it's as violent towards black people as it is in america. And i'm saying "not as violent" because for example here common people don't have access to weapons as easily as people have in America, so basic "misunderstandings" like a cop thinking a black person is holding a gun is something that just doesn't happen here. (that kind of mixes the concept of gun control with it too, but yeah it was just an example!) Hope you read this comment, i love your videos! edit: it could be a zoom type of conversation, since we''re still all social distancing!

  • ANGELQ Henry
    ANGELQ Henry4 muaj më parë

    I want to thank you. These episodes have opened my eyes. I am white, but have never thought of myself as racist. I had no idea what was meant by white privilege. I was awoken this year to a new way of looking at the world. I only have one real problem that I face now. How do I continue to love someone who refuses to educate themselves? My husband who I never thought of as a racist either (I never would have Married him if I had) will not even watch 30 seconds of any videos, movies, or blogs on anything that has happened this last year to educate himself. I am worried I just wasted 23 years of my life.

  • Mark Koetsier

    Mark Koetsier

    3 muaj më parë

    I could be mistaken, but from what I understand, in a short time, you have been convinced into thinking your skin color automatically makes you complicit in a system of oppression. That it makes you part of a societal problem. Your husband feels offended by these ideas for reasons of his own, and prefers not having to expose himself to them. And now 23 years of presumably happy marriage suddenly mean nothing because he will not 'educate himself', or in other words, copy your radically altered mindset. It even makes him suspicious of being a racist. Don't you think that sounds at least a little bit creepy?

  • ANGELQ Henry

    ANGELQ Henry

    3 muaj më parë

    Not sure I am understanding what you are meaning.

  • Mark Koetsier

    Mark Koetsier

    3 muaj më parë

    This is some cultist level shit.

  • green tree
    green tree4 muaj më parë

    I love your channel and really respect your opinion. Andddd maybe you could react or tell me what you think or the video “What Exactly are White People Surperior At? By Cut. I searched up the video because it was in a cringe compilation from another ALther and I guess I was kind of shocked and uneasy after watching it. I don’t need to be told what to think, but I really would love you opinion. Thank you so much.

  • Lyndsey MacPherson
    Lyndsey MacPherson4 muaj më parë

    This channel and your work are the very face of love.

  • Robert Watley
    Robert Watley4 muaj më parë

    Just came off to me as so-called black people needing to be validated by white people. Super pathetic

  • Jennifer Brown
    Jennifer Brown4 muaj më parë

    Very important video for society in all cultures today. January 2021.

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  • Fading One
    Fading One4 muaj më parë

    roger is a kkk man for sure

  • Tim Trammell
    Tim Trammell4 muaj më parë

    You bring so much to light with a real world sense and calmness. I look forward to watching your videos for a long time to come.

  • Alvaro Ruben Vera
    Alvaro Ruben Vera4 muaj më parë

    Africans are way different than African Americans.

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