EPSIODE 68: A QUESTION OF PRIVILEGE

In this episode, Dinesh probes the issue of “white privilege” and raises the question of who is truly privileged in our society. Dinesh also takes note of influential blacks who advocate “black supremacy” and examines the basis for their ideology. As Hank Azaria, the white character who did the voice of Apu in the Simpsons, apologizes for making fun of Indians, Dinesh makes the case for Indian American humor. And Christian comedian Thor Ramsey joins Dinesh to talk about his latest movie, “Church People.”

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