Chris Rock - Finding the “Ask” of Today’s Racial Justice Movement | The Daily Social Distancing Show

22 oct 2020
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Chris Rock compares today’s movement for racial justice to the civil rights era, dishes on playing a villain in the new season of “Fargo,” and unpacks his enthusiasm for therapy and other paths to growth. #DailyShow #TrevorNoah #ChrisRock
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  • 55 year old Chris Rock, looking 25. Unbelievable.

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  • Chris Rock is so dope... love him!

    Fellana L RandallFellana L RandallHace 2 días
  • Chris rock still looks young.

    a morsea morseHace 6 días
  • Chris has a gorgeous smile. That's a smile that should be bottled.

    Linda Evans Queen Of RadioLinda Evans Queen Of RadioHace 6 días
  • Two brilliant men! Thanks for this.

  • At 4:43 My views in my 42 years on this planet. When we (✊🏿✊🏾✊🏽✊🏼) converse about race and I say; I'm too Uptown for this shit! 🎯💪🏾🧠

    jashane stonejashane stoneHace 6 días
  • Great talk!

    Joshua BannerJoshua BannerHace 9 días
  • We are still in the same place we have been in we are seeing is not even second-class citizens anymore foreigners get more respect than the black person over in America and we are the ones that did the bulk of the work over here went through slavery being forbidden to read or write he's having our children sold for property Etc I don't think things will ever get better before I leave this earth or if at all

    Renee EvansRenee EvansHace 9 días
  • Yes, "the ask was not that great," however, I thought equal was about being equal? Am I missing something?

    Steven WilliamsSteven WilliamsHace 10 días
  • It wasn't just about lunch counters it was about hospital and we have a right to anything in this country because we built it. And if we were to segregate I could sit at the comedians table because when we are all together we realize how great we all are.

    Andrew PattersonAndrew PattersonHace 10 días
  • Why do I keep seeing a zebra every time Chris Rock speaks

    Kabakyenga WilsonKabakyenga WilsonHace 10 días
  • Chris is right! We as a black community need to take care of ourselves and stop chasing what WhiteFolks have. In reality WF don't have as much as we think. They can't give us ANYTHING!! AFTER ALL WE HAVE BEEN THROUGH, WHEN WILL WE LEARN THAT??!!!

    Kevin JohnsonKevin JohnsonHace 12 días
  • Why is equality equated to what whites have what if there is more out there....ehite shoukd not be the limit or the definition of anything 🤔

    Lucy MacksLucy MacksHace 14 días
  • Thank you Chris for being transparent! Love you and Trevor! 🙏🏼☝🏿✌🏼🕵🏾

    Senora HemphillSenora HemphillHace 14 días
  • Revisionist history, always seems to Sh*t on the legacy of our black ancestors who couldn't have possibly have had our perspectives. The lunch counter protestors were as important as any and are still the pride of my youth. I wonder if those who now poo-poo them could've withstood the arrests, head cracking and ass kickings that they now dismiss as the wrong battle to fight. Like somehow they could've skipped some steps and jumped right into Board Room meetings as negotiators. One thing had to another thing. IVORY

    ivory weathersbeeivory weathersbeeHace 14 días
    • One thing had to lead to another

      ivory weathersbeeivory weathersbeeHace 14 días
  • Yesssssss 👏🏽👏🏽👏🏽👏🏽

    Neshondra SmithNeshondra SmithHace 14 días
  • nhyuiok

    Matthew ClarkeMatthew ClarkeHace 15 días
  • Actually MLK was about to ask for an economic Bill of Rights because he realized that yeah civil rights was a good start but it takes money...and had a March ready to go...that is why they assassinated him. He was coming for the check.

    Norman LeachNorman LeachHace 15 días
  • ❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️ Thank you Chris!!!

    chloe blackburnchloe blackburnHace 15 días
  • Oh my Chris Rock is dead soon 😁 he looks sick doesn't he?

    ZA FanZA FanHace 17 días
  • The sad part what Black folks don't get is that democrats are silent racist where as Republicans are open, so there is no win for us!

    Tracey Del-GadoTracey Del-GadoHace 17 días
  • I'm with Chris how do we feel about ourselves.

    Tracey Del-GadoTracey Del-GadoHace 17 días
  • Trevor getting schooled and listens

    haiwa tigerehaiwa tigereHace 17 días
  • Watch out he might approve something out his mouth

    Charles YniguezCharles YniguezHace 17 días
  • Love Chris Rock! Love to see is a better human being!

    Carmen SanchezCarmen SanchezHace 17 días
  • DESTROYING THE 1914 DOCTRINE OF JEHOVAH'S WITNESSES It is very easy to destroy the claim by Jehovah's Witnesses that Jesus returned in 1914. JWs use 537 BCE as the official date that the Jews returned from exile. They then add 70 years back to 607 BCE. They claim this is year 18 of Nebuchadnezzar II, the same year Jerusalem fell. They then apply the "7 times" prophecy to this date to arrive at 1914. That is, the "7 times" prophecy amounts to 2520 years between the time the last king of Judah ruled until the second coming. However, the Bible confirms that the last deportation was in year 23 of Nebuchadnezzar II, which began the 70-year exile. Thus 607 BCE should actually date year 23 of Nebuchadnezzar II. So the claim that 1914 dates the second coming is completely bogus as far as the Bible is concerned. A good way to confirm for Jehovah's Witnesses that they are false teachers is simply to ask them "Who was deported in year 23 of Nebuchadnezzar II per Jeremiah 52:30?" That's it. They should see from this that 1914 is a patently false doctrine. If you want to go a step further, you can point out to them that in 1913, Martin Anstey confirmed in his "Romance of Bible Chronology" that per the Bible, the return from Babylon should be dated to 455 BCE, based on the "70 weeks" prophecy. This dating now coordinates well with archaeological findings. For instance, radiocarbon-14 dating from the city of Rehov dates Shishak's invasion in 871 BCE. This coordinates with an eclipse that occurs over Assyria in 709 BCE. Two eclipses can be dated to month 3 during the Assyrian Period, one in 763 BCE and one in 709 BCE. The 763 BCE eclipse would date Shishak's invasion in 925 BCE, however, which is too early to match the radiocarbon-14 dating from Rehov in 871 BCE. But the 709 BCE eclipse also dates Shishak's invasion precisely in 871 BCE, so this is clearly the correct eclipse to apply to the dating of the entire Assyrian Period. Shishak invaded Israel in year 39 of Solomon, so Solomon's 4th year would fall in 906 BCE, and the Exodus 480 years earlier in 1386 BCE. The return from Babylon is exactly 19 jubilees later. 19 jubilees is 931 years (19 x 49 = 931). Subtract 931 years from 1386 BCE and we again arrive at 455 BCE for the true year for the 1st of Cyrus. Once 455 BCE has been corrected as the true date for the 1st of Cyrus, we can then add 70 years back to year 23 of Nebuchadnezzar II in 525 BCE. An astronomical text called the VAT4956 has over 100 references to year 37 of Nebuchadnezzar II in 568 BCE. But the VAT4956 was created during the Seleucid Period, long after the revisions were made during the Persian Period, so it can be regarded as spurious. But of note, there are two "scribal errors" in the text that do not match 568 BCE but do match another year: 511 BCE. This confirms these are not "scribal errors" but intentional references. Lines 3 and 14 note two lunar positions that both match 511 BCE. This is significant since when year 23 falls in 525 BCE, year 37 falls in 511 BCE. These two references are thus confirmed to be intentional references from the original timeline! The VAT4956 was therefore designed to "hide in plain sight" references from the original timeline while pretending to match the revised timeline. Once the original timeline has been reestablished, it matches archaeological and astronomical dating from the Assyrian Period, and the archaeology and history from the LBA period. For instance, Kathleen Kenyon dates the fall of Jericho by the Israelites between 1350-1325 BCE. When the Exodus is correctly dated to 1386 BCE, then the fall of Jericho falls within this range in 1346 BCE. Furthermore, Manetho confirms the pharaoh of the Exodus was none other than Amenhotep III. Another astronomical text called the KTU 1.78 dates year 12th of Akhenaten to 1375 BCE, which means his first year occurs in 1386 BCE. Akhenaten thus survived the ten plagues and followed Amenhotep III on the throne. Akhenaten became a dramatic monotheist along with the rest of Egypt, of course, confirming the Exodus did occur in 1386 BCE. So there is plenty of astronomical, historical, archaeological, and scientific evidence to now confirm the true original timeline that confirms the 1st of Cyrus did occur in 455 BCE. The bottom line is that when 455 BCE dates the 1st of Cyrus, then the 70-year exile begins in 525 BCE, year 23 of Nebuchadnezzar II. That means we must correctly date Jerusalem's fall in 529 BCE, year 19. When we apply the "7 times" prophecy of 2520 years to 529 BCE, then the second coming should be dated to 1992 rather than 1914. But whether or not one decides to correct the timeline, 1914 is still an absolutely wrong date for the return of Christ. Jehovah's Witnesses are thus false prophets for making this claim. There is no way around it.

    Charlie SmithCharlie SmithHace 17 días
  • 😍 I Love you guys!!! So Glad to see you back in action Chris. How about we ask for criminal prosecution of criminals (aka bad police, racist violent groups)?

    Gee SaidItGee SaidItHace 17 días
  • Rock: always ahead. He's an advanced Dick Gregory.

    Ian LondonIan LondonHace 17 días
  • Lol. His kids wouldn't want to leave their "posh living conditions" and stay in MAGA trailer park!

    Ian LondonIan LondonHace 17 días
  • You fuckin rock!!! Keep up the GREEEEEAAAATTTTTT WORK!!! Got me crackin up all the time!!!

  • Trevor Noah end Chris Rock we are almost there to dump trump into the garbage

    sidney zighemsidney zighemHace 18 días
  • Yes I totally agree with Chris!! We all need to ask and demand for real things people should have!!!!

    Glory ShaboukGlory ShaboukHace 18 días
  • Wow a new learning he's right

    Jose LozadaJose LozadaHace 18 días
  • Chris is so intelligent and sexy! I love listening to him speak. And he's super sexy in Fargo!!❤️❤️

    Wilsonia LangloisWilsonia LangloisHace 18 días
  • Great conversation!!!!!

    Sassi SandySassi SandyHace 18 días
  • I like Trevor's analogy to sitting at the comedians' table. Aspiring to sit at lunch counters was a big ask in the 60s. MLK, Jr., Abernathy and all the rest didn't have the access to power that Chris believes they had. Johnson faced an uphill struggle getting the Civil Rights Bill passed. I'm not sure anyone else could have done it.

    Kathleen McKenzieKathleen McKenzieHace 18 días

    Mark McGuinness IIMark McGuinness IIHace 19 días
  • I love Chris Rock so much, he is so clear and such a bright light!

    NLEArtistNLEArtistHace 19 días
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    Royauté LoyautéRoyauté LoyautéHace 19 días
  • First of all you don't represent "me" It's very easy to have the views you have, but all that I just want my children (not kids that's baby goats) to please your Net worth in 2019 was US$100 million ! so stop it . the very small percentages of yo rich blacks that's looking out for Green and not your skin color its okay do you but don't try to make poor people feel like Trump policies benefit the poor so if he wins everything is great for all... stop it. some of us is out here doing the rights think taking care of our families working hard on the frontlines everyday trying to make due ! so we can't take 4four years of lies and racism...our pockets aren't that big to withstand 4more years of Trump Trickle down economy! when greed is in the middle, not much reaches the bottom... peace and I wish you continued success.

    I'm WokeI'm WokeHace 19 días
  • Chris is brilliant!!!

    DjAllesathaGoddess WillisDjAllesathaGoddess WillisHace 19 días
  • Do you ever take ownership for white America using you to replace ADOS. How many ADOS have shows in South Africa? BEING LIGHT WAS PERFECT FOR US RACISM. YOU DONT KNOW JACK ABOUT ADOS history.

    maree rogersmaree rogersHace 19 días
  • Lots of excellent, insightful comments by Chris Rock. However, I feel he was rather dismissive of the great sacrifices many of our ancestors made (including losing their lives) to force government to treat Black people as human beings and allow them to exercise their "jnalienable rights". Chris Rock and I have so many opportunities because thoose civil rights pioneers.fought to obtain them.

    Roger PlummerRoger PlummerHace 19 días
  • I am posting this response as well because our younger generations have got to come to terms with this truth A Tree Without Roots Will Soon Fall (Fail). Honor your past. That's what got you here! You're not able to accept what Science has proven, but I can understand. Change is hard. It took lifetimes after lifetimes to evolve to the different colors, physical and mental characteristics that we are today. Your great ancestors weren't born white. They were black and from Afrixa. We all were. We are one race - HUMAN. Therefore, it's impossible to be "racists". You can remain stuck in the past where people looked at themselves as superior to others when in fact, their lack of color, melanin, was based in evolution and their ability to change from black to white in order to survive. Now, I know why racists didn't want us to become educated. Oops.This is a different response than what I intended,, but relevant all the same.

    M BrowningM BrowningHace 20 días
  • When I read the comments by some of the people here, I am saddened. Do you think you are where and what you are because white people woke up and said you could go, do, become who you are today? Those people who are being derided faced so much harm to make it better for the future generations to come. For that alone, those people should be respected, but most of you know not who most of these people were. They include your grand and great grandparents and beyond. Sure Jackie Robinson was great and those early college football players who were recruited by white coaches because the black players were beating the pants off of the white teams so white coaches scrambled to get black players. Bet many of you didn't know that. Point is - honor those who came before. Know who they were and the changes they nsde. I bet we're the only culture who would learn about George Washington and not George Washington Carver.

    M BrowningM BrowningHace 20 días
  • They were demanding respect.

    Joles0Joles0Hace 20 días
  • Just poppin in 2 say 'Everybody hates Chris' was a well written show. Good job.

    rokarollarokarollaHace 20 días
  • I mean... I love Chris Rock and I love Trevor then put them together and bam 2020 isn't that bad anymore.

    Mbali TshabalalaMbali TshabalalaHace 20 días
  • The ASK is leave Black people alone

    Darryl BurtonDarryl BurtonHace 21 un día
  • 👏🏾👏🏾👏🏾Thank you Chris Rock!!!! No one cares about the superficiality of "racial harmony." 📢We want REAL systemic change. Segregation is still flowing through the veins of America's institutions. We don't want to be placated. We want tangible systemic change!

    Ruben GarciaRuben GarciaHace 21 un día
  • Civil rights activists, King and others, DID demand equal economic resources and opportunities, but White America refused these demands and then conveniently wrote these demands out of the mainstream history of the civil rights movement so folks look back and blame activists for not demanding enough as opposed to blaming White America for refusing these demands. King was assassinated just as he was organizing with poor people and labor leaders for economic justice; coincidence? I think not... (King lays out the exact problem Rock describes in "Where Do We Go From Here?") [Also, the NAACP sued school districts all over the country for equal funds for separate schools before deciding that ending separate schools altogether was a quicker way to equal funds; this strategy was not as effective as they had hoped, but the desegregation strategy was not just about sitting with White kids, it was about securing equal resources for Black kids. Another story written out of most civil rights narratives.]

    Erin SantanaErin SantanaHace 21 un día
  • We need about $2T financial package annually for at least 15 years. That's how large the debt is.

    TRONO.TVTRONO.TVHace 21 un día
  • I was glad and sad to hear your conversation re: the Civil Rights Movement. I was glad to hear you critiquing it and sad that it seemed you thought you were the first to have these arguments. Please may I suggest you familiarize yourself with Rev. Leon Sullivan and the Sullivan Principles The book Up South by Matthew Countryman is also instructive in these conversations If you need movie ideas, that book is riveting about the myriad ways Black people have withstood, fought and overcome our condition this country particularly during this era.

    Kelli Sparrow Mickens, Ph.D.Kelli Sparrow Mickens, Ph.D.Hace 21 un día
  • Chris Rock is a funny dude. His facial expressions tell you exactly what he’s thinking, which is usually some sarcastic s***.

    Brandon Tyler PooleBrandon Tyler PooleHace 21 un día
  • “I’m diving DEEP, Trevor noah” he’s not lying . The ayahuasca was it for me . Sounds like he’s already reached that peak of awakening

    Castro DiaseCastro DiaseHace 21 un día
  • 😂😂😂😂

    PrimoPrimoHace 21 un día
  • Roses are red, Democrats blue, If the Democrats win they're coming for you. They'll come for our guns, They'll censor our speech, They won't let us worship, and we'll no longer live free, We'll have to conform or face tyranny. Mob will rule, so better get in line. If you're starving, no need to worry... there will be bread lines. You'll think back and reminisce about your childhood days...when things were once good and there were happy days. You'll remember when Whitney Houston sang the Star Spangled Banner USA National Anthem'll You'll remember when "WE WERE UNITED & SANG TOGETHER". What's happened since then is total manipulation. All from the left to get satisfaction. They brainwashed our children through education. "Divide and conquer" their mode of operation. They recruited the media to join in on the lie and attack anyone who wouldn't comply. If you went out of bounds, you could lose your dear job. Oh America, please don't die. America, the land of the free... where many fled to, to escape tyranny.

    Laura OberhausLaura OberhausHace 21 un día
  • "Im sure The Rock does that just on leg day" 😂😂😂

    wongile nojajawongile nojajaHace 21 un día
  • Chris Rock ,your comment demonstrates what many of the recent generations fail to understand. The 60s weren't just about lunch counters and colored signs. These defiant people were making statements that put them in mortal jeopardy. They were saying, I'm a human bei able to sit, walk, and go where I please in this land of the free. You will no longer control my coming and going. We are no longer slaves. We aren't sharecroppers. We are men, women and children, citizens of these UnitedStates. .Had you been around in those days talking like you are, we might have found you swinging from a tree for being an uppity n****. Had you teachers who guided you from their past to your present, you would, with a heart filled with appreciation and admiration, had a different attitude than what you conveyed on this video. But I understand. Those brave souls who sat at the counters and walked into whites-only weren't doing it because they were hungry. It showed courage, showed the racists system that they could and would go anywhere they wanted. They were daring and bold and non-violent which was outstanding and was the reason why you and I have the rights we have today. I agree with you that integration had it's downside, but had it not been for those folks who walked into the segregated lions' dens, the generations that followed would not have accomplished the achievements we have today. You would not be the great Chris Rock who we see and hear today. No matter what their sacrifices seem to you, remember that you have no depth as to what it was like to live in those days as evidenced by your comments. My suggestion to you - YOU'D BETTER ASK SOMEBODY. A good book, BLACK LIKE ME would be helpful. Even the scaled down movie on ESworld would help build a bridge between then and now. Good luck and GOD BLESS.

    M BrowningM BrowningHace 22 días
  • Trevor out here looking like Huey Freeman from the Boondocks

    Gogontle MatsekeGogontle MatsekeHace 22 días
  • Chris Rock never disappoints🤙🏽

    Yaazzyy8 YYaazzyy8 YHace 22 días
  • This is one of the best show I've seen a long time, it really has me thinking.

    sandy bsandy bHace 22 días
  • The fact that a black celebrity can publicly say that black people are superior

    Nijual HiltonNijual HiltonHace 22 días
  • Things fall apart..(book)

    Teddy MontagueTeddy MontagueHace 22 días
  • Chris Rock revealed a level of ignorance in that interview that surprised me. To sum up the civil rights movement as just " fighting to integrate" shows that he is ignorant of history and the long term benefits of protest. His ability to tour any arena in this country, walk through the front door, stay at any hotel, his voting rights and his daughters voting rights are all due to the civil rights movement. He obviously does not see the big picture. And this thing he keeps asking , "what is the ask?" Has anyone ever seen CR and any protest . Has anyone ever heard CR publicly and seriously stand in front of the camera and make any statement about the social issues that are affecting black people. I know apart from this interview i have not heard him say anything , apart from when he is on stage. He is afforded no excuses! He is 50+ year old man and should no better. He should respect the efforts of the civil right movement without which he would be a different looking individual living a completely different life. My ask is what has he done to help move this struggle forward??? Bigups to Lebron!!

    Winston HeadleyWinston HeadleyHace 22 días
  • All about the accent. Muah

    knowlight knowrightknowlight knowrightHace 22 días
  • Tete a tete between two great comedians and commentators. Thank you so much for this.

    Christopher StubeChristopher StubeHace 22 días
  • Noah is not as much, in touch with the Black experience in America, as he thinks. The irony in that, given what Rock had previously said. Black are on boards of directors, and Black police chiefs are seen more often than White ones on TV, and of course Blacks have elected large numbers of elected officials across the country. The "ask" or the need is largely the same "ask" that progressive democrats have recently been advocating for, as well as the old unmet "ask" of equal treatment under the law. It's not rocket science. We know what the injustices and inequities are. Many inequities are systemic in nature, and some could be improved to a certain degree by individual changes of behavior and choices . Many intellectuals on the 'Left' describe capitalism as being predatory, but it also is exploitative. The same practices/behaviors that poor people are condemned for engaging in, are exploited for profit by capitalist. The culture of poverty is condemned often, but in a world of limited resources the culture of opulence and excessive wealth is not - to the contrary it is celebrated and promoted. The Left has been remiss in not putting the fundamental question to society, which is - how much wealth, and thus power, should one person be allowed to amass, in a world of limited resources? We also must ask, since in any competitive situation there will be winners and losers, how should the individuals who don't win view themselves, and how should society view them? These questions, IMO are fundamental and key to resolving the problem of the 20th century that W.E.B. Dubois spoke about in the late 19th century. The wealthy act as if they will be taxed out of their exclusive class, by a progressive government. That is a lie. They have so much excessive wealth, it will allow them to retain their exclusivity and lavish lifestyle. It really is not that difficult a problem to solve, if we were honest and just.

    siriuslyspeakingsiriuslyspeakingHace 22 días
  • Chris Rock looks better as he age. Black don’t crack for sure.

    DeeMDeeMHace 22 días
  • Chris Rock is very self-aware. Love his insight.

    Ben SimBen SimHace 22 días
  • It’s AMAZING that he’s taking care of his mind! It’s wonderful that he’s getting the help that he needs! I think I’m a super fan!

    Jessica BelkJessica BelkHace 22 días
  • I love his comedy but he doesn’t seem to know the history of resistance movements in the United States. Past strategists looked at all the angles (ie, equity, integration). But much love 🥰

    J. BennettJ. BennettHace 22 días
  • well chris - i just lost a whole lot of respect for you. i thought you were smart. i have always loved your humor. but voting for biden? jesus h christ - you've lost your marbles!

    Hel's GardenHel's GardenHace 23 días
  • Classic interview! We'll be seeing this for years to come. Chris is becoming fearless.

    Nate GreenNate GreenHace 23 días
  • Just don't make F-35's for ten years. Enough money to give every Black and Indigneous Adult, $40,000. Invest in public education with local taxes as usual; just divide up equally among schools. These are not hard ASKS. Any real American, Christian, or person with a mind and heart, should be able to understand how easy, and Right this would be. Angry old White man here.

    Patrick MassonnePatrick MassonneHace 23 días
  • 🇺🇸Vote Biden🇺🇸

    Gale J****Gale J****Hace 23 días
  • No longer COVID19 IT IS CALLED #CovidDT45

    Jodea KilaJodea KilaHace 23 días
  • Fake 'Integration' destroyed many Black businesses and Black communities!!!! Black people owned more businesses in the past.....

    Amanda MorganAmanda MorganHace 23 días
    • Exactly!! That was the plan. Now they are telling us to pull ourselves back up by our bootstraps smh. The boots got destroyed and stolen.

      Smazzit SEO Training InstituteSmazzit SEO Training InstituteHace 15 días
    • @La Jo The Government and Mainstream culture did everything they could to take awesome Fathers away from our Black communities!!! and Black people fell for it!!! It takes two to tango!!!! Don't fall for the false narratives!!!!

      Amanda MorganAmanda MorganHace 19 días
    • Yep and black families were still intact

      La JoLa JoHace 19 días
    • 👍

      Pale AmigoPale AmigoHace 20 días
  • Black communities were stronger in the past than they are today!!!! I'm 41 years old!!! I remember.....

    Amanda MorganAmanda MorganHace 23 días
  • Thank you Chris!!! Its about opportunity not 'lunch counters'!!!!!!!!

    Amanda MorganAmanda MorganHace 23 días
  • I feel Chris. Like I tell my brother, they feed us EVERYTHING in reverse.

    Edward TravisEdward TravisHace 23 días
  • I'm A black man who understands that the malitias and white supremacists need to understand that we are not going back to the good old days of segregation as leningrad Lindsey said. The world is changing. My niece's and nephews are friends with people of all nationalities. America is made up of people of all races Creed's and colors. All white and black people are not racist but some white and black people are. Either one I personally don't deal with.

    George BanksGeorge BanksHace 23 días
  • And also when I see people looting and rioting I'm embarrassed to see my black brothers and sisters engaged in such behavior. But the racists need to understand that the world is changing and they need to get along or get on.

    George BanksGeorge BanksHace 23 días
  • This is the craziest time of my life. The country is heated right now. And the malitias and white supremacists are out of control. I'm A black man and when I see the anger and frustration in the streets it's sad.

    George BanksGeorge BanksHace 23 días
  • I don't need to be a comedian to be on the table, I should still be okay to have seat and laugh for fun. That's why fan days are on.

    Anantha KrishnanAnantha KrishnanHace 23 días
  • Exactly. Who care who a celebrity endorses. Think for yourself

    Shereda CookShereda CookHace 23 días
  • Chris said we are hostage in our own land research this most African Americans are ABORIGINAL AMERICANS ,I AM CHOCTAW! GO TO YOU TUBER DANE CALLOWAY AND LEARN REAL HISTORY!!

    patrick gabrielpatrick gabrielHace 23 días
    • I am Choctaw too on one side of the family anyway. The other side was a tribe that has long since vanished into racial blending.

      La JoLa JoHace 19 días

    Ellis JonesEllis JonesHace 23 días
  • THIS IS WHY I HATE CHRIS...SPOT ON "BRUH"....😭....🤔....🤗

    Christyanne LinnChristyanne LinnHace 23 días
  • He looks younger now than hedidi in new jack city. Damn it boy.

    Donald EdmondDonald EdmondHace 23 días
  • Basically, black ppl have to put the past to rest and create their OWN future! No one is holding you back if you really think about it! Chris is right!

    Sadaf SaeedSadaf SaeedHace 23 días
  • We lost a lot through integration. Many black businesses became extinct, as a few blacks were allowed to integrate. The Negro League was put out of business, taking with it the pathway for future black baseball players. Now look at Major League Baseball, and count the number of America Black baseball players. The same can be said about great black neighborhoods, towns, banks, and other things.

    Marquiette CriswellMarquiette CriswellHace 23 días
  • Ask Ice-Cube

    Dutch ParisienDutch ParisienHace 23 días
  • As an activist I can imagine the choices but we have to fight on multiple fronts. Appearances matter but they did the best they could with what they had at the time. We can learn the lessons and take a step up without denigrating the efforts of those before us.

    Lucian MLucian MHace 23 días
  • Miss your wit and effortlessly relatable and educational mind for social/racial issues. Mr. Rock we need another special! Good luck on your mental emotional evolution!

    monetpetals86monetpetals86Hace 24 días
  • BROTHAS!!! SUPERBAD!!!GIT THAT EMMY CHRIS!!!!Recently someone like Nikki Giovanni named a Black man who was associated as a gangster with Al Capone!!! SO.....

    Bonita HobbsBonita HobbsHace 24 días
  • Love♡

    Lora FraracciLora FraracciHace 24 días
  • Trump 2020.......

    olive Volive VHace 24 días
  • Thx Chris! I agree... the 60s was like ... please white folks, let us be near you. It was symbolic.. only. Chris has the kitchen I want!...nice

    RawJewelRawJewelHace 24 días
  • Chris ROCK!!!

    Faye ToliverFaye ToliverHace 24 días