The Daily Show with Trevor Noah
Dul-Sayin' - Observing Juneteenth
Season 25 E 119 • 06/18/2020
Dulce Sloan gives a timely history lesson about Juneteenth, which commemorates the day when slaves in Texas, the last state to be emancipated, were officially freed.
The Daily Show with Trevor NoahS27 E110Dul-Sayin' - Gender Stereotypes in Children's Books
Dulcé Sloan explores the long and continuing history of outdated gender role portrayals in children's books, from the "Dick and Jane" series to Dr. Seuss's "The Cat in the Hat" and beyond.
The Daily Show with Trevor NoahS27 E101Dul-Sayin' - Corporate Fear of Supporting LGBTQ+ Community
In honor of Pride Month, Dulcé Sloan highlights the history of LGBTQ+ representation in advertising.
The Daily Show with Trevor NoahS27 E56Dul-Sayin' - Celebrating Black Romance Novelists
Dulcé Sloan highlights the steamy prose of pioneering Black women who made their mark as romance novelists, including Beverly Jenkins, Rubie Saunders and Sandra Kitt.
The Daily Show with Trevor NoahS27 E41Dul-Sayin' - The History of Kwanzaa
Dulcé Sloan gives a crash course on the Kwanzaa holiday, from its origins in 1966 as a way for Black Americans to honor their heritage to its waning popularity over the past three decades.
The Daily Show with Trevor NoahS27 E29Dul-Sayin' - The History of the Black Marching Band
Dulcé Sloan talks about how marching bands made their way from the military to HBCUs, their game-changing embrace of choreography and their continuing impact on pop culture.
The Daily Show with Trevor NoahS27 E13Dul-Sayin' - Racist Redlining Deprives People of Trees
Dulcé Sloan explains how the racist practice of redlining makes trees hard to find in low-income areas and describes how a lack of green space diminishes the quality of life in communities.
The Daily Show with Trevor NoahS26 E86Dul-Sayin' - Pioneering Women Rappers
Dulce Sloan highlights trailblazing women rappers whose early contributions to hip hop have largely been forgotten, including Sylvia Robinson, Roxanne Shante and Queen Latifah.
The Daily Show with Trevor NoahS26 E76Dul-Sayin' - Celebrating Activist Women Athletes
Dulce Sloan explores the unsung history of women athletes whose controversial acts of protest made them trailblazers for justice, from Eroseanna Robinson to Wyomia Tyus to Allyson Felix.
The Daily Show with Trevor NoahS26 E64Dul-Sayin' - The Strong Black Woman Stereotype
Dulce Sloan breaks down the history of the stereotype of the strong Black woman and argues that, despite its well-meaning post-slavery origins, it places a destructive burden on Black women.
The Daily Show with Trevor NoahS26 Dul-Sayin' - Racism and Public Swimming Pools
Dulcé Sloan examines the history of America's once-popular public swimming pools and explains how racism led to their sudden decline in the 1950s.
The Daily Show with Trevor NoahS26 Dul-Sayin' - Black Americans and Independence Day
Dulcé Sloan talks about Black Americans' complicated relationship with the 4th of July and how it became a celebration of Black liberation in the South in the aftermath of the Civil War.
The Daily Show with Trevor NoahS25 E153Dul-Sayin' - The Messed-Up History of Black Hair in America
Dulce Sloan breaks down the complex history and ongoing stigma of natural Black hair in the U.S., from pressure to conform to white beauty standards to white people's cultural appropriation.
The Daily Show with Trevor NoahS25 E141Dul-Sayin' - The 19th Amendment
Dulce Sloan commemorates the 100th anniversary of American women winning the right to vote and highlights the major obstacles Black women continue to face at the polls.
CP Time: Roy Wood Jr. Celebrates Black History12 Videos
The Daily Show with Trevor NoahS24 E24061CP Time: The History of Civil Rights Marches
Roy Wood Jr. highlights civil rights marches, including the Million Man March combatting structural racism and Ida B. Wells's contribution to the women's suffrage movement.
The Daily Show with Trevor NoahS24 E65CP Time: Black Contributions to Music
Roy Wood Jr. explains the African-American origins of musical genres associated with mainstream white culture, including electronic dance music, square dancing and the banjo.
The Daily Show with Trevor NoahS24 CP Time: The Cinematic History of the "Magical Negro"
Roy Wood Jr. explains why the "magical negro" movie trope is such a harmful stereotype, and Trevor looks back at the worst Black History Month ever.
The Daily Show with Trevor NoahS24 E101CP Time - Country Music and Black Folks
The debate over the country music cred of Lil Nas X's popular song "Old Town Road" inspires Roy Wood Jr. to explore how African Americans have contributed to the genre.
The Daily Show with Trevor NoahS24 E130CP Time - Honoring Escaped Slaves for Juneteenth
Roy Wood Jr. commemorates Juneteenth by highlighting black American slaves who managed to escape bondage before slavery was abolished in 1865.
The Daily Show with Trevor NoahS24 E150CP Time - Old-School Hip-Hop
Roy Wood Jr. highlights key moments in hip-hop history, such as how "Rapper's Delight" gave commercial cred to the genre and how a DJ accidentally invented the record scratch.
The Daily Show with Trevor NoahS26 E56CP Time - The History of Black Spies
Roy Wood Jr. highlights the long history of Black people in intelligence operations, from Harriet Tubman's clandestine work during the Civil War to Josephine Baker's spying during WWII.
The Daily Show with Trevor NoahS26 E59CP Time - The History of Black Doctors
Roy Wood Jr. examines Black doctors' overlooked contributions to medical science, including Dr. Charles Drew's blood transfusion research, Dr. Alice Ball's leprosy treatment and more.
The Daily Show with Trevor NoahS26 E63CP Time - Black Journalists
Roy Wood Jr. continues his Black History Month celebration by honoring Black journalists whose work has been historically overlooked, from Marvel Cooke to Max Robinson to Xernona Clayton.
The Daily Show with Trevor NoahS26 E98CP Time - Black Leaders of the Labor Movement
Roy Wood Jr. highlights unsung Black pioneers of America's labor movement, including activists and organizers A. Philip Randolph, Dorothy Bolden and Curt Flood.
The Daily Show with Trevor NoahS27 E2CP Time - Black Fashion Models
Roy Wood Jr. highlights trailblazing Black models, including Naomi Sims, Tracey "Africa" Norman and Tyson Beckford.
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