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Chelsea Handler stars in a new Netflix documentary the features the former talk show host traveling the country apologizing for her white privilege and endeavoring to finally learn “how to be a better white person to people of color, without making it a thing.”

“I’m clearly the beneficiary of white privilege. And I want to know what my personal responsibility is moving forward in the world we live in today where race is concerned,” Handler confesses at the top of the hour-long documentary, called Hello, Privilege. It’s Me, Chelsea, the dropped on the streamer Friday.

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The documentary sees Handler interviewing Actor-comedians Kevin Hart, Tiffany Haddish, and W. Kamau Bell, race writer Tim Wise, Civil Rights activist Ruby Sales, Emory University historian Carol Anderson, Tennessee-based rapper Jelly Roll, Black Lives Matter co-founder Melina Abdullah, and New Jersey Institute for Justice CEO Ryan Haygood, a Republican strategists, black students at the University of California at an open mic night, and her high school ex-boyfriend Tyshawn.

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3 COMMENTS

  1. Where do you people come up with “White Privilege”? I don’t know many who have had this. I guess the “White Privilege” applies only to those with money and positions. Everyone I know has had to work hard for what they have and that includes me.

  2. Conclusive proof that you don’t have to be smart to be in “show business”. Actually I’m pretty sure it helps to be really dumb; that way you are easily directed and led as to what to say, think and do. Moron.

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