The Boston Globe’s Spotlight team published a seven-part series about their home city’s reputation for being racist last fall. It’s wonderful journalism, but it’s in print, and it’s
Sep 13, 2018 · In a segment that aired Wednesday night, The Daily Show with Trevor Noah sent correspondent Roy Wood Jr. to Fenway Park and The Boston Globe offices to ask.
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“For decades, people have called Boston racist for numerous reasons,” the Comedy Central news and comedy show’s Roy Wood, Jr. can be heard saying in narration for the segment, which aired
And so, for its most recent field piece, The Daily Show with Trevor Noah sent correspondent Roy Wood, Jr. to Boston, to ask the question that sometimes comes to mind to those who do not live in
Sep 15, 2018 · Roy Wood Jr. visits Boston to find out why it has a reputation as one of the most racist cities in America. Subscribe to The Daily Show: https://www.youtube.
Watch video · The Daily Show with Trevor Noah Extended – September 12, 2018 – Anna Kendrick The East Coast braces for Hurricane Florence, Roy Wood Jr. investigates structural racism in Boston, and Anna Kendrick chats about her role in «A Simple Favor.»
Apr 26, 2018 · Kanye West implies that black people are overly sensitive about racism, prompting Roy Wood Jr. to highlight recent acts of bigotry in the U.S. Watch full episodes of The Daily Show …
List of The Daily Show episodes: This is a list of episodes for The Daily Show with Trevor Noah in 2018. Hasan Minhaj explores the history of presidential pardons, and Dog Days star Rob Corddry stops by. 3,137: Roy Wood Jr. investigates structural racism in Boston, and Anna Kendrick chats about her role in A Simple Favor. 3,149:
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Feb 19, 2017 · Roy Wood Jr.’s head kept banging against a dangling light fixture. He was sitting at the front of the Olive Tree Café, with his back to MacDougal Street in Greenwich Village, getting ready for
On Wednesday night’s Daily Show, Roy Wood, Jr. took a look at one of the lesser known issues plaguing the porn industry: Racism. Apparently, pornography is one of the few industries in existence
Directed by Paul Pennolino. With Trevor Noah, Kate Fagan, Adam Feingold, Roy Wood Jr.. Trevor examines systemic racism within law enforcement and looks back at the Trump administration’s themed week fails, and Kate Fagan discusses «What Made Maddy Run».
Roy Wood Jr.’s experience on the Comedy Central news show has given his stand-up act a topical edge it once lacked.
The Daily Show sent a correspondent here to find out, and he stopped by Fenway Park and the Boston Globe to get to the bottom of it. “For decades, people have called Boston racist for numerous reasons,” the Comedy Central news and comedy show’s Roy Wood, Jr. can be heard saying in narration for the segment, which aired Wednesday night.