W. Kamau Bell

"He’s saying it’s not racist when he’s actually saying something racist coming out of his mouth," noted the CNN host.
Bourdain reflects on his career in the final episode to feature his scripted narration.
The chef, restaurateur and author who died at 61 is featured in a clip for the show alongside CNN's W. Kamau Bell in Kenya.
The host of CNN's Emmy award-winning series, "United Shades of America," talks current events and political comedy.
"White people on the left can't handle it. So they started doing this - #AllLivesMatter," he said. "That's not a thing, that's
"At the time I was like, ‘who’s my security for my security,’" Bell said.
After you've become familiar with your own racial biases, first and foremost, accept yourself for them. Wherever you come from, whatever your background, you have been taught that those racial biases are true. The true test of your character will be how you practice unlearning them.
It features comedians W. Kamau Bell and Kevin Avery dissecting and deconstructing every movie ever made that features actor
“And it’s good if white people want to own you, it’s just bad when they actually do. So I think she’s going to be fine, I
Comedian W. Kamau Bell sits down with Marc to chat about Lupita Nyong'o.