Larry Wilmore unpacks some of the complexities of celebrating the Fourth of July in the black community (1:00). He also touches on the increasing difference between "the right" and "the left" on the issue of immigration and prosperity (7:00), before sitting down with Bassem Youssef (often referred to as "the Jon Stewart of Egypt") to discuss his influential rise to fame through satire and the dangers of doing political comedy under an authoritarian regime (13:00).
Bassem Youssef on the Power of Satire for Social Change
The "Jon Stewart of Egypt" discusses his influential rise to fame and the dangers of doing political comedy under an authoritarian regime
Bryan and David discuss ‘Peril,’ the newest book from the legendary journalist
Keyshawn Johnson and Bob Glauber join Bakari to talk about their new book, ‘The Forgotten First,’ which highlights the careers of the first Black NFL players
Lamar Finally Beats Mahomes, Plus the Good, the Bad, and the Maybe From NFL Week 2 With Jonathan Vilma
Ryen also shares some thoughts from the weekend in college football